Our 3 Day Cederberg Tour is the classic get-away-from-it-all trip for the Cape Town adventure biker tired of the city. Just a few hours north of the city, the Cederberg offers interesting gravel routes through unspoiled nature and gives a real taste of Africa. Easy off-road riding intersperses with some technical parts past secluded rooibos tea farms and rugged landscapes, making this a trip to remember. We recommend doing this ride on the smaller bikes. A minimum of two riders are required for a full guided experience.
GUIDED OFF ROAD TOUR
3 DAY CEDERBERG
PER RIDER SHARING
ZAR 14 500
TOUR PER PILLION SHARING
ZAR 3 500
We reserve the right to change prices, content and routing of this tour without prior notice
There are so many great benefits with one of our tour packages. Here we outline what is included and what is not included in your adventure holiday experience.
- Motorcycle rental, 24-hour roadside assistance and comprehensive insurance
- Entrance fees as per itinerary
- 2 nights accommodation and breakast
- Experienced tour guide on motorcycle
- Information, maps and gifts as provided through Cape Bike Travel
- All meals not specified in the itinerary
- All items of personal nature (souvenirs, curios, telephone, laundry, etc)
- Personal travel or accident insurance
Collection of motorcycles. After a short introduction, we will depart along the N1. Through the Winelands of Paarl and Wellington, we reach Bain’s Kloof Pass where we stop for lunch. Then it’s along Mitchels Pass to Ceres where we make our first acquaintance with South African gravel roads.
Approximately 220km – 50 on gravel.
A day spent discovering the remote wilderness of the Cederberg region on gravel roads. Circling the Cederberg we will ride through Wuppertal, the rooibos tea growing area of Clanwilliam and the Algeria region to return to our base in the Ceres area for the evening.
Approximately 350km on gravel.
Our return trip to Cape Town takes us over the Theronsberg Pass and through the Hex River Valley before we cross the Drakenstein mountains on Franschhoek Pass to get back to Cape Town.
Approximately 350km – 50 on gravel.