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    We took delivery a week or two back. Man oh man! Off to Mahai on our first trip this week.
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    A truly remarkable piece of kit! Beauty and beast rolled into one.

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    Nice one, you're going to love it. If that's Mahai in the Royal Natal area, brace for cold and take a down duvet.
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    Yip, I work around the corner near the Cavern so I know it well. Thanks for the heads up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Greeff View Post
    Yip, I work around the corner near the Cavern so I know it well. Thanks for the heads up.
    Then you'll know the hike to Gudu Falls. If not, take the time for the hike up the river to the falls, take lunch and a bottle of wine, lovely spot. Enjoy, old hangout of mine.
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    Congrats, enjoy! Safe travels always
    Bruce Hunter
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    We’ve spent the weekend getting the Serval ready for our trip and just getting to know the caravan. What a piece of kit! Dave Coombes and the Afrispoor team have surpassed our expectations.

    Every little detail has been considered, there is an incredible amount of packing space, the finish and build quality is superb, ease of set up is brilliant, the bed is uber comfortable and towing it is the best tow I’ve ever had.

    We’ve considered this as an investment for the future and retirement and heck, it looks like the right decision. Between the Serval and the Hilux we’ve had for two months now, we’re set for some very happy touring, now and into retirement.
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    And installing the Ewiks caravan mover has been a game changer.

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    Congratulations Mike.
    My brother in law is also a proud owner of a Serval and on every trip that he joined me he and his wife can't stop talking of their caravan. It is indeed a very good caravan and I hope you enjoy it.
    As far as setting up and breaking up camp I leave him standing with the Xcape. Perhaps he needs more practice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mur2 View Post
    Congratulations Mike.
    My brother in law is also a proud owner of a Serval and on every trip that he joined me he and his wife can't stop talking of their caravan. It is indeed a very good caravan and I hope you enjoy it.
    As far as setting up and breaking up camp I leave him standing with the Xcape. Perhaps he needs more practice.
    Thanks mur2, we miss the XCape but hell this Serval is something. Very happy indeed and yes, I need the practice too but we’re seldom in a rush.

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    Default Re: Afrispoor Serval

    There is no rush when camping!! That's the whole point.
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