1993 Safari Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1993 Safari Series

Safari Note

MOTORHOMES - No longer producing this line after 2009.
(Model years 2009 - 1991)

Motorhomes

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides

Continental Series

M-37 37' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-40 40' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes

Kalahari Series

M-30 30' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-30 Diesel 30' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-33 33' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-33 Diesel 33' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes

Packages Series

Ivory 0' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans No
Pathmaker 0' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans No

Serengeti Series

M-32 (190hp) Diesel 32' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-33 33' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-34 (190hp) Diesel 34' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-34 (230hp) Diesel 34' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-34 (250hp) Diesel 34' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-36(230hp) Diesel 36' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-36(250hp) Diesel 36' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes

Trek Series

M-24 24' Motor Home (Class A) Rear Bathroom Yes
M-26 26' Motor Home (Class A) Double Beds Yes
M-28 28' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-28 28' Motor Home (Class A) Rear Bathroom Yes
Founded in 1986 as an independent motorhome builder in the state of Oregon, Safari eventually became part of the Monaco Coach Corporation. Safari focused on the construction of Class A and Class C adventure-oriented motorhomes. The Class A motorhomes in the Safari line ranges up to 45 feet in length. The Safari brand was discontinued after the 2009 model year when Monaco Coach Corporation was sold to Navistar.