Motorcycle Tour
The Magic Garden Route - 14 days

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The Magic Garden Route Tour starts and ends in Cape Town. Cape Town, also known as Mother City, will make you feel at home and will capture you with its cosmopolitan pulse.


per rider in double room €3,870.00 $4,305.21 ?
per pillon passinger in a double room €1,590.00 $1,768.81 ?
per rider in single room €4,290.00 $4,772.44 ?
Rental motorcycle: BMW F850GS (surcharge) €120.00 $133.49 ?
Rental motorcycle: BMW F850GS Adventure (surcharge) €250.00 $278.11 ?
Rental motorcycle: BMW R1250GS (surcharge) €700.00 $778.72 ?
Rental motorcycle: BMW R1250GS Adventure (surcharge) €1,000.00 $1,112.46 ?
Rental motorcycle: BMW R1250RT (surcharge) €750.00 $834.34 ?


Rental motorcycle BMW F750GS
Complete motorcycle insurance
Top case and side case
Unlimited mileage
Accommodation (3 and 4 stars) - including 13x breakfast and 7x dinner
Tour guide with motorcycle
Airport Transfers
Table Mountain National Park
Stony Point Penguin sanctuary
Gondola ride up Table Mountain
Boulders beach - Penguins visit
Jeep Safari in Addo Elephant NP
Ostrich farm entrance
Cango Caves entrance fee
Wine tasting
Not included features
Flight tickets and fees
Customs duties
Support vehicle
Lunch and not mentioned dinner
Deposit for the motorcycle, which will be refunded upon return
Deposit for the equipment, which will be refunded on return
Insurance of any kind - liability, health or travel insurance.
Everything not listed under benefits

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Tour start: Cape Town
End of tour: Cape Town
Participants: Minimum number of participants 6 riders, maximum number of participants 10 riders If the minimum number of participants is not reached at the registration deadline, the tour can be cancelled. For later registrations we are happy to ask for free hotel rooms.
Duration: 14 days
Region: South Africa
Distance: 3025km
Accommodation: Three and four-star hotel
Round trip: start and finish the same
Road condition: Asphalt 100% (only leads over mainly well asphalted roads)
Difficulty rate: 1 (of 5) The whole route runs on well developed asphalt roads, which are partly curvy, but mostly easy to master.
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. We will gladly provide binding information upon request.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

The colonial influence and the overwhelming beauty of the Western Cape will be an unforgettable experience and make you forget you are in Africa.

At the beginning we will discover the cosmopolitan Cape Town and its surroundings with its many activities and views, including of course the panoramic route to the Cape of Good Hope. From Table Mountain we will go to the southernmost tip of Africa, Cape Agulhas, where the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean meet. On the way there, we pass Hermanus, which is recommended by many as the Mecca for whale watching in South Africa. Heading east, we continue to explore the Garden Route. The dark blue sea is never far away and there are always views of miles of sandy beaches where the huge foam-capped waves of the Indian Ocean break. East of Eden we cross the Bloukrans Bridge. Here is the highest commercial bungee jumping in the world (216m). In the Tsitsikamma Forest, with its up to 2000 thousand year old trees, one of the last primeval forests in South Africa, you get an impression of what South Africa must have looked like in former times. Soon after we leave the Garden Route and reach the Eastern Cape Province with Port Elizabeth. PE, founded in 1820 by the British settlers, also called "the Friendly City", developed into a trading centre. Nearby we visit the Addo National Park, where we can (optionally) see the Big 5 on a game drive - lions, elephants, rhinos, leopards and buffalo.

On the way we come to Graaff Reinett, the capital of the Great Karroo or Land of Thirst, as the Khoikhoi call this huge, semi arid, central plateau. Here we will visit the Valley of Desolation. Oudtshoorn, where we make another stop, is the ostrich capital of the world. Here we will learn more about these large birds, explore the world famous Cango Caves and then continue through the Little Karroo. Via Route 62, which is said to be the longest wine route in the world, along the northern slopes of the Langeberg Mountain Range, we return to the heart of the wine region, to Stellenbosch, South Africa's second oldest town.

After having discovered some of the best routes in South Africa in the last 14 days, the Magical Garden Route 14T ends in Cape Town and there will be a lot of impressions and encounters to tell about after the return.

Tour description:

Day 1: Individual arrival in Cape Town

Day 2: Cape Town - Cape Town: 150 km

Day 3: Cape Town - L'Agulhas: 320 km

Day 4: L'Agulhas - Knysna: 390 km

Day 5: Knysna - Knysna: 100 km

Day 6: Knysna - Addo: 350 km

Day 7: Addo - Addo: 0 km

Day 8: Addo - Graaff-Reinet: 360 km

Day 9: Graaff-Reinet - Oudtshoorn: 435 km

Day 10: Oudtshoorn - Oudtshoorn: 0 km

Day 11: Oudtshoorn - Robertson: 320 km

Day 12: Robertson - Stellenbosch: 200 km

Day 13: Stellenbosch - Cape Town: 250 km

Day 14: Cape Town - (depending on flight) Free day, departure


Table Mountain

Boulders Beach Penguins

Cape Wine Route

Storms River National Park

Valley of Desolation

Cango Caves

Ostrich farm

Various passports

Day trip Cape Peninsula to the Cape of Good Hope

Visit to Addo National Elephant Park and optional game drive.