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*Average price including bike and accomodation (for 1 person for 3 nights/4 days).
Price for an additional passenger around 650 Euros. 
Subject to final quotation. Guide not included.

Total: approximately 1600km – round trip 

For the hardcore riders with little time, yet record breaking ambitions…the only unbelievable opportunity in the world to visit three countries in 4 days, including South Africa and two kingdoms! Get your passport stamped, show and tell your friends

Johannesburg/ Maseru -Lesotho – (5H00 ride time – 430 km)

Lesotho, officially the Kingdom of Lesotho, is an enclaved, landlocked country in southern Africa completely surrounded by South Africa. Over 80% of the country lies above 1,800 meters with breathtaking views.

Overnight in Maseru, Kingdom of Lesotho.

Maseru/Sterkfontein Dam via Clarens and the Golden Gate Park  (3H00 ride time – 260 km)

Clarens is a small town situated in the foothills of the Maluti Mountains in the Free State province of South Africa and nicknamed the "Jewel of the Eastern Free State"

Clarens is an artists' haven with many well-known artists either living in or frequenting the village, with many art galleries scattered around the village square and the town. The tranquil village ambience combined with scenic views and a mild climate has made Clarens a popular getaway for city dwellers from Johannesburg. Clarens is known for its spectacular sandstone mountains and wonderful climate; it is one of the most picturesque spots in South Africa and has recently been acclaimed as the best Trout Fishing waters in South Africa.

The Golden Gate Highlands National Park with its sandstone formations and cliffs is 17 km from Clarens.

Clarens is part of the scenic Highlands Route and is surrounded by mountains. The Rooiberge is the range encompassing the village, whilst further towards the southeast are the Maluti mountains in shades of purple and blue. A Ride through the Golden Gate is a must do.

Clarens-ride through the Golden Gate national park (30mn ride time)

This dam is rather unique in that very little of its water is sourced is from rainfall. It lies in the Drakensberg (literally meaning Dragon's Mountain) which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, having qualified in 2000 for both its natural and cultural wonders. This is one of the few places on earth where the water runs clean and cool, the wind blows fresh and clear, and the natural resources remain protected.  The scenery will literally render you breathless. 

Overnight in Sterkfontein Dam.

Sterkfontein Dam/Mbabane – Swaziland – (5h00 – 430 km)

Swaziland, officially the Kingdom of Eswatini is a sovereign state in Southern Africa. It is neighboured by Mozambique to its northeast and by South Africa to its north, west and south; it is a landlocked country.

At no more than 200 kilometres (120 mi) north to south and 130 kilometres east to west, Swaziland is one of the smallest countries in Africa; despite this, its climate and topography are diverse, ranging from a cool and mountainous highveld to a hot and dry lowveld.

Well deserved overnight in the Royal Swazi Spa Hotel.

Mbabane – Swaziland/ Johanneburg – (4h00 – 375 km)

Time to be proud of your stamps collected on your passport and have a drink in vibrant Joburg !