From only R14,480.00 per person
This five day Adventure tour from Johannesburg through Limpopo Province into Mpumalanga province boasts wildlife, safari and untamed Africa at its finest. You will ride through the land of wide-open bushveld, big sky country. Superb scenic landscapes and fascinating mountain roads will give you a lifetime of memories.
|Johannesburg to Dinokeng via Culinan|
|Dinokeng to Magoebaskloof|
|Magoebaskloof / Panorama Route to Hazyview|
|Hazyview / Graskop site seeing|
|Graskop via Long Tom Pass to Johannesburg|
Day 1: Johannesburg to Dinokeng Game Reserve via Cullinan ( 136 km )
The tour begins with a wonderful trip to the Victorian Village of Cullinan in a short one hour ride from Johannesburg.
Our tour of Cullinan Diamond Mine , the most popular attraction in Cullinan, offers an informative glimpse into the operations and history of this historic mine where the world’s largest diamond was found in 1905.
You will love the exhibits of some fine examples of classic Architecture that has survived the ages as well as many other historical and cultural attractions.
Above all you will experience the historic home of the Sammy Marks Museum and a big 5 Game Reserve at Dinokeng, ending our day with a late afternoon safari game drive.
Cullinan Diamond Mine
Day 2: Dinokeng Game Reserve to Magoebaskloof ( 320 km )
Beautiful open roads will take us to the land of Magoebaskloof in Limpopo Province where mountain meets river, home of the legendary rain queen.
A visit to the wildlife rehabilitation centre and the Elephant Museum are extremely interesting.
Experience the thrill of sliding through the forest on a 2.5 hour Tarzan and Jane style adventure. Or take a scenic walk to the waterfall.
This wonderful destination offers a range of adventures and activities.
Day 3: Magoebaskloof/Panorama route to Hazyview ( 260 km )
Hazyview/Sabie is known as the main hub in Mpumalanga for Adventures and Activities. It is also a motorcyclists paradise.
A tour to the Sabie Valley Coffee plant showing the complete method of manufacturing coffee and allowing a chance to taste the finished product as well as purchase and take the aromatic coffee home with you.
A visit to Shangana Cultural Village where local craftspeople work and trade their crafts at the busy African market.
An optional quad bike ride through trails in the area is also available. Enjoy the great experience and excitement of riding through scenic rivine areas, indigenous bush and farmlands in and around Sabie River Valley.
This is followed by a luxury stay at the Hippo Hollow Country Estate Hotel on the banks of the Sabie River with a taste of Shangana Culture.
Hazyview – God’s Window
Shangana Cultural Village
Day 4: Hazyview /Graskop site seeing ( 40 km )
We will start our day at the Echo Caves located in the Molopong Valley. Echo Caves have sheltered humans since the Middle Stone Age and continue to protect some of most inspiring ancient San Rock Engravings. Our 2 km Guided tour will last 45 minutes.
Ride Robbers pass and experience the historical gold mining town of Pilgrims Rest.
An afternoon in Graskop offers natural wonders and the most cherished scenes in Southern Africa. Not only are these scenes breathtaking, but they are also all within easy reach along with a good network. Our adventure will take you on the Panorama Route through the Pinnacle, God’s Window, Wonder View, Lisbon Falls, Berlin Falls, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, Mac Mac Falls , the Three Rondawels (Blyde River Canyon) and plenty more.
And for the ladies ,before settling for the last night of our trip we will take you on a guided tour of the silk farm (optional ).
Day 5: Hazyview/Graskop through Long Tom Pass to Johannesburg ( 450 km )
On our way back to Johannesburg we will ride through Long Tom Pass on a typically fresh Mpumalanga morning after breakfast in Graskop.
Long Tom Pass was built Between Lydenburg and Sabie as an alternative route for the waggoneers of the 1800s to get through to the capital of Mozambique, Lourenco Marques (now Maputo) for trade.
The road Passes the summit of Mauchsberg at its highest point at an altitude of 2150 m above sea level.
The road sweeps smoothly through tight corners, sharp climbs and breathtaking views.
End of tour
Your tour has come to an end.
The return time to the Wild Hogs – African Motorcycle Tours address at 17:00 pm.
We assure you that you will head for home taking fond memories of South Africa back with you.
Transfers will be arranged to the airport.
Dates: Unguided tours can be done anytime
Prices are per person sharing. If you require your own private room please add single supplement.
Should you be bringing a pillion/passenger please add pillion price to the base price.
Prices are quoted in South African Rands (ZAR). Please use our currency converter to check the amount in your own currency.
Bike (Base Price)
Should you wish to extend or design a tour, please contact us with your request and we will get back to you.
The Price includes:
- Accommodation is subject to change subject to availability but will be replaced with similar accommodation (4 *)
- All Accommodation includes breakfast and dinner
- All prices are quoted in Rands
- Prices quoted are valid until 30 November 2018
- A security deposit of R20,000.00 on each BMW motorcycle is payable on pick up of the motorcycle and is refunded upon return of the motorcycle
- The riders must have a valid motorcycle licence containing their photograph and signature and must be printed or authenticated in English
- All fuel and unlimited mileage is included on guided tours
- Top boxes and panniers are included in the price
- Should anyone require accessories such as helmets and jackets this is also included in the price
- The price of the guide and the backup vehicle is based on a minimum of 3 persons/motorcycles, should there be less than 3 persons/motorcycles it will be adjusted accordingly
This Price does not include:
- Tour Guide
- Back up vehicle
- Petrol and toll fees
- Visas and cross border fees
- International and local flights
- Items of a personal nature
- All items not mentioned in “Price includes”
- All meals other than those specified in “Price includes”
- All Entrance fees other than those specified in “Price includes”