eco-logo-badge Namibia 4x4 Off-Road Academy

The Namibia 4x4 Off-Road Academy offers several 4x4 off-road training courses, varying from basic to advanced to recovery techniques. Corporates, groups, individuals, mines and tourists are key operators of vehicles in our harsh country and are requested to enroll in safe eco-training. Our clients inlcude Private Enterprises, Government, Nature Conservation, NATH, Ministries, The World Bank, Embassies, Aid Organisations and Mining and Drilling Companies.

Namibia is known for its beautiful landscapes and natural beauty, offering 4x4 and leisure enthusiasts numerous opportunities to explore our beautiful country. It is for that reason that a very large "4x4 community" exists in the country.

Frans Theron, instructor and owner of the Namibia 4x4 Off-Road Academy, is an off-road specialist. He has more than 26 years experience in off-road training. Nationally and internationally, from South Africa to Rwanda to Nigeria, Uganda and many more. With a long history in Nature Conservation and his involvement in various projects, makes Frans an authority and expert of Eco Tourism.

Training is conducted at our custom-built off-road training course near Henties Bay, Namibia. All three levels are available at the coast. Please book here and we will get in contact with you to discuss details of training and the location. Preferably no less than six people per course. Alternatively training can also be conducted at your own location.

A few of the leading personalities in the 4x4 and leisure market in the country pooled their experience and resources to establish the first 'offroad academy' in the country, namely the Namibia 4x4 Off-Road Academy. The Academy was formed and based on experience and expertise gained from various "Academies" in South Africa and represents a blend of the best ingredients found in the respective "Academies" in Namibia and training under Unit Standards.

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