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.
Notes: Manufacturer note(s): MOTORHOMES - No longer producing this line after 2009. Year note(s): MOTORHOMES - In addition to what is standard, prices include 4 door refrigerator with ice maker (double door in Simba 30PDD), 6-way pilot seat, rear vision system. Also (except Trek and Simba 30PDD) deluxe body paint, 3M film mask, power sun visors, home theater system, inverter, attic fan with rain sensor, 2nd air conditioner with heat pump (Cheetah), auto patio awning and 6-way co-pilot seat.