SAFARI INTERNATIONAL WANTS YOU!
TIME TO DO YOUR PART!
This summer Safari International members will elect their President, Executive Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and FMCA National Director. For those of you who enjoy our rallies or take advantage of coach, travel and club information on this website and in our quarterly magazine Safari Trails, it is time to think about taking an active part in your club.
Read the rest of this report in our News area.
We have moved! Well, at least our mail has. Please update your records to show our address as:
PO Box 324
Umatilla FL 32784
And from our Membership Director - Please notify your bank if you use auto payment for payment of your membership dues. Thank you.
We have added some more history files. We have added the Post Monaco Sahara and Zanzibar to the history files. Please go to the Members area and select History of Safari Motor Coaches
We have added a category for the forum. It is a category of Classified Ads. See all the information on our News page.
PayPal We now accept PayPal (no PayPal account needed) for membership applications and renewals.
We added a feature to our website. We are now making manuals, brochures, and files available to you to read and or copy. You can even send PDF files that you may have to your webmaster to have them added to the website. If you are a member of Safari International, take a moment and sign into the members only area for more information and to review the additions made so far. Come join and participate in this feature.
Safari International is one of the largest chapters of the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA). We are an international motorhome club with members located throughout the United States and Canada. The club is divided into seven regions: the Northeast, Southeast, North Central, South Central, Northwest, Southwest, and West Regions. Membership is open to all current and former owners of Safari brand motorcoaches who are also members of FMCA.
Regional rallies are held at least one a year and are open to all members. Rallies provide opportunities to meet new friends and to network with other Safari owners to exchange ideas and share maintenance and repair tips. Good food, smiles and much laughter are the result when friends, new and old, gather at a Safari rally. For those who own classic Safari coaches, many of whom are second owners, the chance to talk to longtime owners is a priceless opportunity to learn about their coaches.
To learn more about becoming a member of Safari International click here. You'll have an opportunity to join rallies, visit all sections of the website, subscribe to our award winning Safari Trails newsletter and, of course, be part of many friendships that span the United States and Canada.