*Average price includes bike and accommodation (for 1 person/6 nights/7 days).
Price for an additional passenger around 1100 Euros. Subject to final quotation. Guide not included.
Total: approximately 2000 km – one way
Road from Johannesburg to Kimberley (6h00 – 480 km)Kimberley is the capital city of South Africa’s Northern Cape Province. It’s known for its 19th-century diamond mines, like the deep, hand-dug Big Hole. Nearby, the Kimberley Mine Museum is a re-creation of the town in its heyday, and displays jewellery and uncut diamonds.
Night at Kimberley Club, an iconic place in South Africa.
Kimberley to Graaff-Reinet (5h30 – 475 km)
After a lunch in Colesberg halfway, discover the magnificence of the Karoo desert through the "Valley of Desolation" en route to Graaff-Reinet.
Night in Drostdy Hof Hotel and Spa, which will certainly remain one of your best memories of this trip. Luxury and gastronomy for a well deserved rest after 2 days of long riding time.
Graaff-Reinet to George via Oudtshoorn (5h30 – 475 km)
Here starts your ride on the famous Route 62, certainly as iconic in Africa as the Route 66 in the USA. Ride, breathe, enjoy !
Oudtshoorn, where you will stop for lunch, is known for its ostrich farms and rests along the Route 62 wine route. The nearby Cango Wildlife Ranch is a conservation park offering animal petting. To the north, the Cango Caves are a 20-million-year-old network of limestone chambers.
Night in George (1h ride time). On the famous "Garden Route", this city is a popular summer holiday destination where you will enjoy the breeze of Indian Ocean en route to the Atlantic Ocean you will reach soon.
George to Franschhoek via Barrydale (5h00 – 400 km)
George – Barrydale (2h30 ride time) Lunch pause at Karoo Saloon, well known by bike lovers.
Barrydale – Franschhoek (2h30 ride time).
It's time to enter the Wine route and its wonders. Wine tasting is an utterly charming way to discover this world-famous part of South Africa. When paired with some of the most beautiful landscapes on earth, century old architecture and awe-inspiring food, it becomes one of Cape Town’s most beloved activities for visitors. This is the food and wine heartland of the country, where splendid wines are grown and our top chefs create international cuisine. Here breath-taking scenery, warm hospitality, world class cuisine and the finest wines all combine to create lasting memories.
Night in Franschhoek.
Franschhoek to Cape Town (1h00 – 90 km)
At last the Mother city is right in front of your eyes. Get prepared to be overexcited by the atmosphere of this incredibly beautiful city. From the top of the Table Mountain to the pristine beaches, discover the 8th wonder of the world. It is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, reflecting its role as a major destination for immigrants and expatriates to South Africa. Be careful, you could be one of them soon after your visit.
For this first day in Cape Town, take the road to Cape Point and take your own "i was here" picture. on the way back, don't forget to visit the famous Boulder’s beach in Simon's Town and its photogenic Cape penguins. Cape Point is in the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve within Table Mountain National Park, which forms part of the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site. It includes the majestic Table Mountain chain, which stretches from Signal Hill to Cape Point, and the coastlines of the Cape Peninsula. This narrow stretch of land, dotted with beautiful valleys, bays and beaches, contains a mix of extraordinarily diverse and unique fauna and flora.
Night in Cape Town.
Cape Town to Paternoster (around 3h30 round trip – 300 km)
This day will be dedicated to ride to Pater Noster, on the West Coast. This trendy little West Coast village has managed to retain its authentic fishing village feel despite the upmarket rubbing shoulders with the historical. A bustling little gem, the town is renowned for its picturesque little beach and the nearby Tieties Bay rock formations. A worthwhile visit. Night in Cape Town.
Night in Cape Town.
Cape Town to Hermanus (around 3h30 round trip – 300 km)
Hermanus is famous for southern right whale watching during the southern winter and spring and is a popular retirement location. The whales can be seen from the cliffs in the town centre as early as June and usually depart in early-December.
Bike drop-off at rental location in Cape Town.