Safari Snorkels

Even the best-designed and built off-road vehicles are vulnerable to dust and water ingestion due to the factory placement of the vehicle's air intake.

Fitting a Safari Snorkel enhances your four-wheel drive resistance to choking on dust or water designed and manufactured in Australia for our tough conditions. Safari Snorkels boasts a UV stabilised cross-linked polyethylene body high-flow air ducting that exceeds your engine's requirements stainless steel and plated hardware for corrosion resistance and a unique evacuation system that effectively disperses rain and unwanted moisture.

Pioneered in Australia in the early 1980's and industry-leading in design and durability, Safari Snorkels were born out of a need to protect 4WD engines from the dust and water hazards commonly encountered in rough off-road driving conditions. Read more

Safari Snorkel Systems are thoroughly researched and tested for each specific vehicle, and precisely designed and tooled to suit each model of popular 4WD, enabling the transfer of the air intake from under the bonnet to a high and safe location for a cool and constant air supply.

Manufactured to the highest standards in durable, UV stable, cross-linked polyethylene material, each 4WD Snorkel system is corrosion resistant and includes quality fixtures and fittings for superior sealing, OEM levels of presentation and long-term durability, delivering a continuous, cooler air supply for maximum engine performance.

Fit a Safari Snorkel for Peace of Mind

A Safari Snorkel relocates your engine's air intake to a much higher and safer location where a constant source of cool clean air is available. Snorkels reduce the likelihood of engine damage during water crossings and are ideal when travelling in areas where severe dust can have an adverse effect on your engine's performance.

Fitting a Safari Snorkel provides peace of mind when travelling in your four-wheel-drive giving you the confidence to better handle the unexpected.

Tips for Safe Water Crossings and Why Fitting a Safari Snorkel is Important

When attempting water crossings there are a few precautions you should take to ensure you make it to the other side Rob from ARB is going to show us how it's done.

  • First up, if you think it's safe enough to walk the pipe your car is going to take checking for obstacles and depth for safety reasons you should have the upstream window of your car up and the downstream window down.
  • Enter the river in a second gear low range and cross the river at a moderate pace too fast and you could damage a vehicle too slow and you may plug your car.