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Starts and Ends in Cape Town, South Africa.

Riding the Cape Peninsula and scenic Roads around cape town before heading to the colossal Victoria Falls one of the seven Natural wonders of the world!  you can expect to see the Big Five on our private Game reserve safaris. Riding the Famous Elephant highway in Botswana on our way to Victoria Falls Elephants and Giraffes on the road are a common sight that never gets old! THIS TOUR HAS IT ALL!!

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The Famous A3 in Botswana, be sure to watch for heard of Elephants and Giraffe crossing the road!!


  • Starts in cape town and ends in Cape Town, South Africa

  •  Riding the Cape Peninsula and scenic roads around Cape Town

  •  Enjoy 5 game drives and 2 evening meals incl drinks on a private reserve

  •  A private boat safari including snacks and lunch

  •  Motorcycle tour guide

  •  Motorcycle rental of BMW 1250GS HP

  •  Backup vehicle

  •  15 nights’ accommodation

  • Daily breakfast

  • Ride to Victoria Falls National Park Zimbabwe

  • Transfers to and from Cape Town International Airport (CPT) where applicable

  • Entrance fees into national parks

  •  Ride the famous garden route

  • Group bbq in Botswana

  • Brai pack for safari camp

  •  African adventures tour 2019 tee shirt


  • Activities not specified

  • Airfare

  • Fuel

  • Border fees

  • Tollgate fees

  • Meals not specified

  • Drinks

  • Travel and personal insurance (compulsory)

  • Security deposit on bike hire (refundable)​


  • A micro light or helicopter flight over vic falls

  • A bungee jump from the world famous Falls bridge

  • A visit to cultural village

  • Off-shore fishing

  • Boat safari in Chobe national park

  • A Robben Island visit

  • Paragliding dual flight from signal hill a different view of table mountain

  • guaranteed

  • Stay extra nights and do a cape town city tour or relax around the pool

  • Cable car to top of table mountain​


DAY 1  :

Arrival Cape Town

You will arrive in Cape Town and take delivery of rental bikes. Spend the rest of the day taking in a couple of sights in and around cape town, we will have a group evening meal with a chance to get to know your fellow adventurers and guide, any doubts concerns or questions now’s the time.

Accommodation : Hotel

Meal Plan: Breakfast


DAY 2 :

Cape Agulhas

Today will be an early start as You will leave Cape On our way to Cape Agulhas (the most southern point of the continent of Africa!), we will be stopping at Hermanus and Bettys bay. Hermanus is world famous for whale Watching as Southern right wales come within Metres of the shoreline! From here we head to Bettys Bay which is home to the Stony Point penguin colony! You read that right penguins In Africa! You will be within feet of these amazing creatures as you wind your way through their colony. Then Finally we set off to Cape Agulhas the most southerly point on the continent of Africa.

Accommodation : GuestHouse

Meal Plan: Breakfast

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DAY 3 + 4:

Private Game reserve

Today’s ride takes you to the oldest Privately owned Game Reserve in South Africa
home for the next 2 nights, here we will be staying on a private reserve and will do an afternoon game drive before meeting in the bush at a Lapa for a traditional African 3 course meal and drinks, we then do a night drive while heading to our accommodation, the next morning up early for another game drive to check out any lion kills then on to breakfast. The adventure continues with our private boat and a day spent looking for marine life and the giant right whales that come every year to mate in the waters around Port Elizabeth. We are then transported back to the reserve and our accommodation. Our tented camps offer complete freedom as every encampment is safely nestled in private clusters of bush, leaving our guests surrounded by luscious greenery, trees, singing birds, antelope and the roaring of the lions giving it's natural uninterrupted feel.

Accommodation :Lodge (tented camp caries a supplement)

Meal Plan:evening meal including wine and beer, breakfast

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DAY 5:


Bloemfontein is the capital of the province of free state of south Africa,and is
known as the city of roses due to the abundance of them and the annual rose
festival the city hosts many museums including the anglo-boer war museum with
great night life and a chance to let your hair down

Accommodation :Hotel

Meal Plan: Breakfast

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DAY 6:


Today we ride to this town with anticipation of riding the A33 the next day to our
safari camp.

Accommodation :Hotel

Meal Plan: Breakfast


DAY 7 + 8:

Senyati Safari Camp

Today, we make our way further north and deep into Botswana, on this route it is
not uncommon to come across large herds of elephants crossing the road on the
“elephant Highway” a truly spectacular sight! Our campsite for the next day is
Senyati Safari Camp the slice of heaven is situated in the Lesoma Valley, Northern
Botswana, 20km from Kasane (difficult to get to but so worth it) with the claim to
the best bar in the world you will not believe the sight of hundreds of elephant’s
cape buffalo and sometimes lions only feet away from the drinks terrace that
overlooks the watering hole every evening, for anyone wishing to, a trip into the
world famous chobe national park is an option.

Accommodation : Bush Chalet overlooking watering hole

Meal Plan: BBQ + Breakfast

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DAY 9 + 10:

Victoria Falls

Today we head into Zambia via the largest ferry in Africa (just room for one truck and
our bikes) we cross the mighty Zambezi and head for our lodge on the banks of the
marimba river where you can enjoy meals and drinks just feet away from elephants,
hippos and crocs some of our guests have stumbled across hippos enjoying the grass
on the lawns of the camp, time to relax and enjoy some you time, tonight will be spent
on a Zambezi river cruise (watch the African sunset over the mighty Zambezi
while enjoying complementary drinks and listening to African drums) be sure to
fetch your camera for amazing pictures of hippos elephants and countless African birds
framed by the African sunset. The next day is spent crossing into Zimbabwe to view
one of the natural wonders of the world Victoria falls, the choice is yours, ride across
the Victoria falls bridge and complete the furthest point on our trip by motorbike or for
those that want an easier time use our back up truck. for those that haven’t had
enough adventure your guide can arrange a bungee jump from the vic falls bridge or an
early morning micro light flight over the falls or even a cultural village tour get a real
glimpse into Africa as Livingstone saw it.

Accommodation : Bush Chalet overlooking watering hole

Meal Plan: BBQ + Breakfast


DAY 11:

Francis town

today we head to the second largest city in Botswana Francistown,
Francistown was the centre of southern Africa's first gold rush and is still
surrounded by old and abandoned mines.

Accommodation : Hotel

Meal Plan:Breakfast


DAY 12 + 13:


Today you head for the Historical town of Kimberley famous for its Diamond Mines.
Chose a day of rest or join the group visiting the BIG hole, The Big Hole has a
surface of 17 hectares (42 acres) and is 463 metres wide. It was excavated to a
depth of 240 m, but then partially infilled with debris reducing its depth to about
215 m; since then it has accumulated water to a depth of 40 m leaving 175 m
visible. Beneath the surface, the Kimberley Mine underneath the Big Hole was
mined to a depth of 1097 metres. A popular local myth claims that it is the largest
hand-dug hole in the world and famous for producing The Kimberley Diamond a
rare 19th-century diamond, discovered as a 490-carat rough diamond crystal.

Accommodation : Hotel

Meal Plan:Breakfast


DAY 14:

Beaufort West

From Kimberley we head to Beaufort west, a town in the Western Cape province
in South Africa. It is the largest town in the arid Great Karoo region.

Accommodation : Hotel

Meal Plan:Breakfast


DAY 15:

Cape Town

Ride the R62 through the Klein karoo for stunning Mountain vistas,
Also known as the Wine Route, Route 62 leads through the wine-growing areas
of Wellington, Tulbagh, Worcester, Robertson and the Klein Karoo and is thus one
of the longest wine routes in the world.
on our way back to Cape town this is where our journey ends.

Accommodation : Hotel

Meal Plan:Breakfast

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