Discover South Africa by motorcycle

Route 62, Addo, Garden Route - A guided motorcycle tour through the picturesque landscapes of South Africa. Guaranteed execution.

Pricing

Price
two people travelling together on one bike, sharing a room, price per person €5,950.00 $6,619.13 ?
two people travelling together on two bikes, sharing a room, price per person €7,350.00 $8,176.57 ?
in a single room, travelling alone, price per person €5,450.00 $6,062.90 ?
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Rental motorcycle: Harley-Davidson® included
Ultra Classic €0.00
road glide €0.00
street glide €0.00
Road King €0.00
fat boy €0.00
Heritage Softail €0.00
Sportster €0.00
BMW R 1200 GS LC - Surcharge: €500.00 $556.23 ?
BWM F 800 GS Adventure - Surcharge: €500.00 $556.23 ?
BMW R 1200 GS Adventure - Surcharge: €500.00 $556.23 ?
BMW F 750 GS - Surcharge: €500.00 $556.23 ?

Features

Features
Airport shuttle service to the lodge in Hout Bay and back
12 days Harley rental with unlimited kilometres
Motorcycle liability and comprehensive insurance with no excess
Helmet and motorcycle jacket
German and English speaking tour guide. From 6 bikes up, two guides are included
13 nights in very beautiful and personal 3 and 4 star lodges/hotels with breakfast
2x Safari Addo / Scotia
1x wine tasting
1x biker BBQ
Support vehicle for luggage (from 6 registrations)
Maps and Tourbook
Selected pictures of the tour
Travel security note § 651 k of the BGB
Not included features
Flight to Cape Town and back
Further catering
Not listed entrance fees, bungy jumping, other adventure possibilities
Travel cancellation insurance
Everything that is not listed under services

More details

More details
The minimum number of participants is 1 person (rider). From 6 registrations on, an accompanying vehicle for luggage and spare motorcycle will be included.
Riding experience: We ride an average of 250 km per day, on well constructed roads, time for breaks is included. You should still bring driving experience.
Desired motorcycle type: There can be no firm promise for the desired Harley type, but we try to comply with it. Please indicate the model you require when booking. The Harleys are in top condition, mostly built between 2015 and 2017, a copy of the driver's license and passport is required upon registration. You prefer to drive a BMW? This is also possible. The surcharge is 500 Euro per motorcycle.
Entry requirements: Persons with a German, Austrian or Swiss passport only need a machine-readable passport. Participants from other countries may require a visa.
Security: Is South Africa safe? How safe is man/woman in South Africa? These are questions that we are asked time and again in conversations. Well, we personally haven't had any unpleasant or even dangerous situations in all these years, even on tours where we were on our own. Friends and business partners have been living in South Africa for many years, they report similar things. On our tours so far we have been warmly welcomed everywhere, which also reflects the friendliness and openness of the South Africans. If you have any questions on this topic, please contact us!
Climate Information: In South Africa the seasons are opposite to ours. The months of October, November and December are comparable to our early summer, with an average temperature of 25°. Midsummer is in the months of January, February and March, with temperatures between 25° and 30°. At the coast it tends to be a little cooler than inland.
We offer a group discount for groups of four or more people. Please contact us for this.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

On this guided motorcycle tour we have included many highlights like Chapmans Peak Drive, Cape of Good Hope, Meiringspoort, Addo Elephant Park, a lion feeding, etc. We stay overnight in selected and personal lodges and hotels.

Small group for maximum fun

It is important to us that you can enjoy this tour. Therefore, we make sure that the group fits well together and is not too big (max. 8 people).

Spring and late summer are the ideal travel season for South Africa. The temperatures are then perfect for leisurely cruising on a motorcycle (e.g. a Harley-Davidson Ultra Glide) through the wide valleys around Montagu and along Route 62. The Garden Route National Park has a very special flair when everything begins to bloom in October. With a little luck, you can also watch whales directly from the shore in the small town of Hermanus. Stellenbosch has a very special charm with its numerous wineries such as Ernie Els, Spiers, Kleine Zalze, and the picturesque town centre.

We'll ride - even just for you

You have already signed up for a tour before, and it did not take place due to too few registrations? That's an annoyance! Therefore we have decided that every tour date will take place! after all, it's all about your well-deserved vacation!

TOURIST PROGRESS

Day 1: Arrival

Shuttle service from airport/hotel to Amakhaya Lodge in Hout Bay. Handing over of the bikes, instruction in the traffic rules, safety. Common dinner (exclusive)

Day 2: Round trip to the cape

The Harleys are ready for you at the lodge. To get used to riding on the left we ride via Constantia, Simons Town to Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. Afterwards we will visit an ostrich farm, and if you wish, you can also feed an ostrich. The way back leads us along beautiful coastal roads. The highlight will be the Chapmans Peak Drive. A 9 km long coastal road from Hout Bay to Nordhoek, with 114 bends.

Distance approx. 150 km

Day 3: Cape Town - Montagu

Our first section takes us from Hout Bay over the N1 to Worcester and further through the fertile valley of Doorns. From there we ride to a plateau (approx. 1,100 m) and down a pass back into the valley, where we arrive in Montagu.

Distance approx. 260 km

Day 4: Montagu - Oudtshoorn

Today we ride on Route 62 through wide valleys, past picturesque orchards and vineyards and through the Karoo (semi-desert landscape). Stopovers are planned at Diesel & Creame in Barrydale and Ronnie's Sex Shop (cult stop). The highlight of the day will be feeding the lions.

Distance approx. 240 km

Day 5: Oudtshoorn - Graaf-Reinet

The longest stage of our tour. Mountains, valleys and passes as well as the wide karroo landscape characterize this stage. A highlight is the stop at Meiringspoort, a deep natural gorge that runs right through the middle of the Swartberg Mountains. The majestic Swartberg mountain range at first seems impenetrable, until the sight of the almost vertically sloping gulf presents itself. The day is rounded off with sunset in the Valley of Desolation.

Distance approx. 340 km

Day 6: Graaf-Reinet - Addo

We continue through the Karoo, with spectacular views to Addo, where we stay in a lodge for the next two nights.

Distance approx. 240 km

Day 7: Addo Elephant Park

Today we swap the motorcycles for jeeps and are on safari all day in the Addo Elephant Park. With a bit of luck we will see the "Big Five": buffalo, elephants, lions, rhinos and leopards.

Day 8: Addo - Tsitsikamma

We pass Port Elizabeth and reach the Garden Route National Park. We are again a bit on the Route 62, cross a small pass and then we are on the N2. If you want, you can glide over the Kruisriver (exclusive) with the zipline.

Distance approx. 260 km

Day 9: Tsitsikamma - Mossel Bay

A stop will be made in the beautiful Nature's Valley. From there we travel to Knysna where we can visit the Knysna Elephant Park (exclusive, optional). Lunch in Knysna The Knysna Elephant Park is a breeding station for elephants, one is very close to these animals. We then continue on the N2 past Sedgefield, over Swartvlei, the largest salt water lake in South Africa, through forests to Mossel Bay. Depending on the interest of the group, there are further possibilities for activities on this route, such as bungee jumping (Bloukranz Bridge, 216 m), the vintage car museum in Sedgefield, etc.

Distance approx. 220 km

Day 10: Mossel Bay - Swellendam

A culinary insider tip is on the way today - a small café in Heidelberg, where you can get the best cappuccino and cheesecake. From there we continue to Swellendam. A detour to the coast to Witsand is optionally possible.

distance approx. 170 km / 220 km

Day 11: Swellendam - Cape L'Agulhas - Hermanus

From Swellendam we ride through wide landscape with grain fields to the horizon to Cape L'Agulhas, the southernmost point of Africa. From there we ride on to Hermanus. With a little luck you can watch whales directly from the beach.

Distance approx. 250 km

Day 12: Hermanus - Stellenbosch

Our first stop today is the penguins in Bettys Bay. From there we follow the beautiful Wale Coast Route to Gordons Bay. In Somerset West we visit a breeding station for Cheetas. We continue up Sir Lowry's Pass to Franschhoek and from there to Stellenbosch. We let the evening end comfortably with a wine tasting.

Distance approx. 200 km

Day 13: Stellenbosch - HoutBay

Fans of beautiful passports will get their money's worth today. We ride the Toitskloof Pass and the Bains Kloof Pass to Wellington. From there we return to Hout Bay. When we get to Tyger Valley, we're gonna make a stop at the Harley Dealer. The evening will end with a BBQ (included) and fans of beautiful passes will get their money's worth today. We ride the Toitskloof Pass and the Bains Kloof Pass to Wellington. From there we return to Hout Bay. When we get to Tyger Valley, we're gonna make a stop at the Harley Dealer. We let the evening end comfortably with a BBQ (included).

Distance approx. 220 km

Day 14: Departure

Return of the bikes. Shuttle service to the airport/hotel.

We reserve the right to make changes to the tour schedule.