All Terrain Bike

South Africa

Cycling along the Garden Route to Cape Town - 12 days

The Addo Elephant National Park, with a surface area of 405 252 acres, serves as a sanctuary to a multitude of diverse wildlife species and abundant bird life. It is also home to the “BIG 7” – leopard, buffalo, elephant, rhino, lion, whale and shark. The Tsitsikamma National Park, created in the mists of time, lies at the edge of the Indian Ocean with its foaming breakers and magical world of inter-tidal life and reefs teeming with colours and surprises. The town of Oudtshoorn, situated in the Klein Karoo, is known as the ostrich feather capital of the world, and Cape Town is a vibrant city lying at the foot of Table Mountain not far to the meeting point of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans. Here, one can visit the Boulders penguin colony, one of two land based penguin colonies.

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South Africa

Yoga Bike and Hike around Cape Town

South Africa offers the perfect environment to take in deep breaths, enjoy nature and recharge your batteries. Feel the connection to nature and calm down during yoga, cycling and hiking. Experience yoga and nature while actively relaxing.

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South Africa

Cycling tour along the Garden Route to CapeTown Tour A & B - 18 days

This cycling tour of 18 days duration takes one from the Indian Ocean coastline to the elephants in the Addo Elephant National Park, through indigenous forests to ostrich farms in the dry semi-desert of the Little Karoo, from the solitude of the Swartberg Mountains to the Cape wine regions and finally to the lively and multicultural metropolis of the City of Cape Town. On this cycling tour, one will cycle through the Western Cape Province which, owing to its unique, compact yet varied landscape, is ideal for purposes of exploration by bike.
There are two routes to choose from: Route A will take one in the cooler months of October and March along a long stretch of road through the desolation of the semi-desert Little Karoo. Route B will take one in the warmer months of November till February closer to the cool coastline and includes a short trip into the semi-desert Little Karoo.

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South Africa, Swaziland

Cycling tour in Eastern South Africa and Kingdom of Swaziland 13 days

This popular bike tour will introduce one to the highlights, landscapes and cultures of eastern South Africa and the Kingdom of Swaziland. The cycling excursions, which include several ascents, average between 18km and 56km per day. While walking or hiking, the tour guide will introduce you to the regional variety of flora and fauna as well as the different cultures. The cycle route will lead one along the Panorama Route to the Blyde River Canyon, you will undertake safaris in the Kruger National Park and be able to observe diverse species of animals. Experience the Swathi culture firsthand before travelling to the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve, where the largest rhino population in the world is to be found. Visit the renowned St. Lucia Greater Wetlands, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and go on a boat ride. Cycle and walk in the Ukhahlambra Drakensberg Mountains. Cycle through the beautiful Valley of a Thousand Hills, the country of the Zulu people, and experience their warm hospitality. For the greater part of this tour, 2 consecutive nights overnight accommodation will be booked at each point of arrival while en route, resulting in fewer transfers and more available time to discover this region by bike.
As of June 2015, African Bikers Tours has pledged 1% of the income generated from this tour to the World Bicycle Relief Fund, and will purchase a bicycle suitable to African conditions, which will be donated to a mentor of the mothers2mothers/m2m charity organization during our stay in the Kingdom of Swaziland.

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South Africa, Swaziland

Cycling tour in Eastern South Africa and Kingdom of Swaziland 16 days

African Bikers has extended its Classic Trip of 13 days by an additional 3 days, thereby including one extra bike day in the Eastern Drakensberg, another Safari experience in the rhino rich Mkhaya National Park, and a beach day at Cape Vidal in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park. This popular bike tour will introduce one to the highlights, landscapes and cultures of eastern South Africa and the Kingdom of Swaziland. The cycling excursions, which include several ascents, average between 17km and 54km per day. While walking or hiking, the tour guide will introduce you to the regional variety of flora and fauna as well as the different cultures. The cycle route will lead one along the Panorama Route to the Blyde River Canyon, you will undertake safaris in the Kruger National Park and be able to observe diverse species of animals. Experience the Swathi culture firsthand before travelling to the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve, where the largest rhino population in the world is to be found. Visit the renowned St. Lucia Greater Wetlands, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and go on a boat ride. Cycle and walk in the Ukhahlambra Drakensberg Mountains. Cycle through the beautiful Valley of a Thousand Hills, the country of the Zulu people, and experience their warm hospitality. For the greater part of this tour, 2 consecutive nights overnight accommodation will be booked at each point of arrival while en route, resulting in fewer transfers and more available time to discover this region by bike.
As of June 2015, African Bikers Tours has pledged 1% of the income generated from this tour to the World Bicycle Relief Fund, and will purchase a bicycle suitable to African conditions, which will be donated to a mentor of the mothers2mothers/m2m charity organization during our stay in the Kingdom of Swaziland.

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Namibia

Cycling tour to the highlights of Namibia 18 days

The national parks and wildlife reserves with their variety as well as their unique landscape and vegetation make Namibia a popular country. On this bike tour we will cycle along the edge of the Fish River Canyon, the second largest Canyon in the world. We will discover Namibia by hiking in the oldest desert in the world and cycling through the desolate Naukluft Mountains. In Swakopmund we experience the time when the Germans colonised this area and ride to the Spitzkoppe, the impressive landmark of Namibia, with its massive granite peaks. We will have a look at the thousands of years old artistry from the bushmen (san) of the time in Twyfelfontein, and go on safari in the Etosha National Park. This 17 day cycling holiday (18 days in 2019) offers the unique opportunity to discover the beauty of the Namibian landscape up close by cycling on selected bike routes. You can actively experience these wonders from another perspective as the usual bus.

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Namibia

Cycling tour to the highlights of Namibia in 14 days

African Bikers has been offering the classic Namibia Tour of 14 days duration since 2015. On this tour, you will bypass the Fish River Canyon, thereby shortening the journey by 1013km. Namibia is renowned for its rich diversity of national parks and wildlife reserves as well as its unique landscapes and vegetation. While on the classic Namibia Tour, you will cycle and hike through the Namib Desert and the desolate Naukluft Mountains, and in Swakopmund, you will go back in time to the period of German colonialism. You will cycle to Namibia’s famous landmark, the Spitzkoppe, and at Twyfelfontein, be overawed by the ancient Khoisan rock engravings. One will also go on a game safari in the renowned Etosha National Park. The classic Namibia Tour offers a unique opportunity to experience these phenomenal Namibian wonders firsthand while cycling on routes selected especially for you and allowing you to experience these wonders from a perspective other than the usual bus.

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Madagascar

Madagascar - Cycling holiday from the highlands to the coast

This cycling tour on the world’s fourth largest island commences in Madagascar’s lush, green Highlands, leads one along rarely cycled asphalt and remote gravel roads in rural Madagascar. En route, one will become acquainted with the language, songs, customs and cuisine of the Creole people. In addition to cycling, guests will hike through the Ranomafana, Antringita and I‘salo National Parks. The unique fauna includes the lemurs and chameleons, and the unique flora includes the baobab and orchids. The route continues through gorges and dry bush savannah through the south-eastern part of the island of Madagascar until one reaches the warm Indian Ocean, where one can swim at the end of the journey.

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Uganda

The pearl of Africa: Biking to the Highlights of Uganda

Tropical equatorial rainforest, varying yet rarely visited national parks, gorilla and chimpanzee trekking, tree lions, elephants, giraffes and gazelles, comfortable lodges, with the addition of friendly Ugandans – all of this characterizes this bike tour to the highlights of this varying country. Tour highlights are a boat trip on the Lake Victoria, a safari by bike in Lake Mburo National Park, Chimpanzee trekking on foot through the Kibale Forest National Park, a bike trip through the Kasenga Crater Lakes, the experience of crossing the equator in Queen Elizabeth National Park as well as safaris by bike, 4×4 and boat on the Kazinga Canal, biking in Bwindi National Park and along the Buyonyi Lake and finally the Gorilla trekking with a ranger. We will stay for two nights at each accommodation so that we can discover all the miracles of nature in a relaxed way.

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Malawi

Cycle tour to the highlights of Malawi

Malawi – the warm heart of Africa. This versatile but relatively unknown country lies in the East African Rift Valley. In its center middle lies Lake Malawi, the ninth largest lake on earth. With a depth of up to 700m, it is home to a variety of fish, especially cichlids can be found while snorkeling on the rocky shores. The country has little motorized vehicles, so it is a paradise for cycling. The majority of people ride bicycles, a good opportunity to meet them at eye level, while everything is transported that fits on it: whole families, animals, furniture, harvest … You can only marvel! We have selected the best accommodations for this trip. These are mostly in the 3 * range. The climate between April and October is mild to warm from 23-30 degrees without precipitation and humidity.

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