- English-speaking driver
- English-speaking guide
- Return transfers
- Safety instruction and equipment
- Includes 1 hour ride in Abbot FV433, Gazdzik 122 or BWP2
- Maximum 14 people at once
- Duration: 1-2 hours
Relive all those days you played with toy soldiers and Action Men, but this time for real. You and your group will take to the picturesque western Polish countryside, all climb aboard a massive armoured tank and be driven around for an hour like a real troop heading into battle.
You’ll be riding in either an Abbot FV433, a Gazdzik 122 or a BWP2 armoured fighting vehicle – each with their own idiosyncratic advantages and weaponry attached. The Abbot FV433, originating in 1965, is a self-propelled artillery tank, with a fully rotating turret at the rear, housing 105 mm M109 ammunition.
Whereas, a Gazdzik 122 is a Swedish made battle tank, still used today, which utilises command, control and fire systems, as well as boasting reinforced armour. And, lastly the BWP2 tank is a second-generation, amphibious infantry fighting vehicle, introduced in the 1980s into the Soviet Union – weighing just over 14 tonnes and boasting 33 millimetre thick armour.
You’ll have an English-speaking driver and guide to accompany you, as you roll over rough terrain, letting nothing get in your way.