The Safari Company
Safari RV began building coaches in 1986 in Oregon. The goal was to make an outstanding RV for good value. Safari soon became well-known and popular in the RV world and in 2001 became a part of the Monaco Coach Corporation, and strove to give the most coach for the money. Safari motorcoaches wanted to stand out from the rest, especially against its main competitors Winnebago and Fleetwood, with great attention paid to fit and finish.
They manufactured a Safari Damara B plus series from 2007 until 2009 when Monaco filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and was purchased by Navistar. To our knowledge they are no longer manufacturing this line of products.
There are some of these Class B’s still around today and we wanted to include them in our Motorhome Comparison guide which reviews different motorhome manufacturers. We look at quality of construction, resale value and more. If you are looking at a Class B or Class B+ motorhome this guide will help you to decide which manufacturer is worth looking at.