Jeep 4WD Tours

Jeep 4WD Tours

If you want to see the natural beauty that Dominican Republic is traditionally known for and have an adventure packed experience, where should you go? That depend of what kind of adventure are you looking for. If you love to travel and you love adventure, then Just Safari Jeep 4WD Tours is ideal for you. Just Safari excursion comes highly recommended and will take you on a wonderful adventure throughout Punta Cana. Reserve custom made tours for one day to suit your criteria and explore the beauty of rugged Punta Cana at your leisure. Today’s couple want to combine the traditional beach honeymoon holiday with a bit more adventure. The perfect example of combining a luxurious beach holiday with an adventurous activity would have to be a safari jeep day. The combination of exciting jeep driving, pure adventure, information received from knowledgeable guides and unbelievable beaches, villages, countryside viewing areas is one that you will remember long after you return home. Try to make an effort to speak a few words in the native language down there. They appreciate it!

The picture opportunities on a safari are incredible. If you’re a photographer or even just a hobbyist, you’ll have hundreds of photos and stunning shots to impress all of your friends back home.
Take your kids out the rooms and be a modern day explorers and adventurers that want to go where not many people has ever gone before. Serious off-road enthusiasts do not worry about mud or ocassional water splash, show to your kids that you can be adventurer like them. To be clear: Jeep is a rugged vehicle that is not going to have a lot of qualities that make for a relaxing and laid back experience. There is not a lot of room in a Jeep. Don’t count on more than five people fitting comfortably. But – one of the best qualities of a 4WD Jeep Wrangler is the ability that the driver can head just about anywhere. Jeep is made for a rough ride and the ability to head off road no matter where you are driving. It is made for adventure, and on an jeep safari you can have exactly that, your very own unique action adventure. And your kids will like it.

John Muir says: “When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world. Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity…” So, take a Jeep Safari Tour. If you like the wilderness and action, you will find that jeep tours is a great way to take in limitless nature along with Dominican history, culture and more, not to mention a quality time spent with kids, one day far away from game consoles and TV screens.

By the way, here is the new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 2013 – Authentic to the core. With its fender flares, iconic seven-slot grille, removable doors and top, the 2013 Wrangler is stylishly capable, without compromise.
The Jeep® brand wins its third consecutive “Four Wheeler of the Year” award from Four Wheeler magazine

2013 Wrangler Rubicon Review

 

Includes everything like on Sahara model, plus:

  • New Embroidered Cloth Seats and Available Embroidered Leather Trim
  • New 17-Inch Wheel w/ Polished Face and Painted Mineral Gray Inner
  • New Premium Tire Pressure Monitoring & Electronic Vehicle Information Center
  • New Available Electro Chromatic Rearview Mirror w/ LED Map Lights+

There is a 2014 edition ready, too, some of details are:

  • Embroidered Cloth Seats and Available Embroidered Leather Trim
  • 17-Inch Wheels with Polished Mineral Gray Wheels
  • 32-Inch BFGoodrich® Mud Terrain Tires
  • Rock-Trac® Heavy-Duty Transfer Case

What does it say when a vehicle not known for outstanding safety features, excellent gas mileage or sophisticated suspension is also one of the best-known, most-loved vehicles on the road today? It says that sometimes fun and freedom trump caution and logic, and no vehicle says it better than the 2014 Jeep Wrangler and its elongated sibling, the Wrangler Unlimited.

The freedom to roam, to go where you want when you want and not worry about getting stuck is what Wrangler owners love most. The Wrangler lets you travel topless, doorless and even windshieldless if you feel like it. The Wrangler comes in a number of flavors, but they’re all adept at handling off-road adventures. Opting for the most affordable Wrangler only requires sacrificing creature comforts, not capability.

Although its shape still strongly resembles the original CJs of the 70s and 80s, the 2-door 2014 Jeep Wrangler is larger in both length and width. The 4-door Unlimited expands the Wrangler’s fun to those who need a legitimate back seat with dedicated doors. Both models are available with removable soft-top or hardtop shells. No matter which Wrangler you choose, you’ll be throwing caution (and logic) to the wind, and that’s half the fun of owning one of these iconic Jeeps.

As the only four-wheel-drive convertible SUV on the market, the Jeep Wrangler has a singular presence on the road. But it doesn’t come from its mechanical definition–it comes from more than seven decades of military heritage that’s passed down to today’s version, even if it’s substantially nicer to drive.

Today’s Wranglers still have the same visual spirit and off-road ability–something the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet can’t claim (it’s technically an all-wheel-drive convertible crossover, in case you dared to compared them).
The lengths to which Jeep goes to preserve its authenticity are pretty astounding, in an age where profit and simplicity go hand in hand. The Wrangler still has a top that can be completely removed, and a windshield that can be flipped down. It still has the iconic look of its ancestors–flat sheetmetal, exposed hinges, and a visual toughness that hasn’t been softened too much to appeal to a mass market.

Two-door Jeep Wrangler and four-door Wrangler Unlimited variants are offered, and both are and far more comfortable than in the past, or than you’d guess. Either offers a choice of soft or hard tops, and either top can rightly be called one of the Jeep’s best features. Though they allow lots of road noise in the cabin, they can completely open the cabin of both the two- and four-door models, turning a hardtop Jeep into a convertible SUV.  When you don’t mind a little turbulence and wind in your hair, with the top removed (and even in some low-speed cases, the windshield folded down) the Wrangler can hit the spot, bringing the sensations of a convertible into a very capable off-roader. Jeep has improved its soft top design, making it much easier to use, but it’s still a complex, multi-hand operation.
In 2012, Jeep introduced its Pentastar 3.6-liter V-6 to the Wrangler, along with a new five-speed automatic transmission, and it’s made this the standard powertrain. A six-speed manual is still offered, too. The V-6 and automatic combination can now dash to 60 mph in a much faster 8.4 seconds for the Wrangler Unlimited, or 7.7 seconds for the two-door Wrangler. There’s surprisingly strong passing pep, and revs are kept low. About the only complaint we have is with the old (but very rugged) recirculating-ball steering gear and its dullness. Well, that and its 16-mpg EPA city rating.

 

 

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