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South Africa cycling holiday, Western Cape

South Africa cycling holiday, Western Cape

Superb scenery, culture & wildlife
From 2,649 to 3,349 14 days inc UK flights
Small group travel: 2019: 2 Feb, 16 Mar, 13 Apr, 7 Sep, 21 Sep, 5 Oct, 19 Oct, 2 Nov, 16 Nov, 30 Nov, 21 Dec
Late availability on these dates: 02 Feb, 16 Mar, 13 Apr
South Africa cycling holiday

South Africa cycling holiday

Luxurious, ethical, guided cycling: gourmet food & wine
From 1,000 to 1,800 7 days ex flights
Tailor made: This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Cape Argus cycle race in South Africa

Cape Argus cycle race in South Africa

Compete in the Cape Argus Race in South Africa
From 2,499 11 days inc UK flights
Small group travel: 2019: 2 Mar
Late availability on these dates: 02 Mar
South Africa cycling holiday, Drakensberg and Kruger

South Africa cycling holiday, Drakensberg and Kruger

A breathtaking panoramic cycling route
From 2,499 to 2,5992,549 14 days inc UK flights
Small group travel: 2019: 2 Feb, 16 Mar, 27 Jul, 7 Sep, 5 Oct, 19 Oct, 2 Nov, 16 Nov
Late availability on these dates: 02 Feb, 16 Mar
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    South Africa cycling holiday, Western Cape
    From
    2,649
    including UK flights
    Memorable parts? Cycling through the Otjiwa Game Reserve alongside Rhino, Giraffes, Wildebeest and numerous other animals with no fences between you and the wildlife. Hearing the lions roaring while camping at Etosha National Park and watching Elephants, Rhino and Giraffe drinking at the waterhole. Enjoying the vast open plains, red sand dunes and watching the seals lazing on the beach and flamingos flying over the lagoon along the Skeleton Coast on an (optional) scenic flight. Drinking sundowners... (more)Jennifer Steward
    South Africa cycling holiday, Drakensberg and Kruger
    From
    2,499
    including UK flights
    Memorable parts? Cycling through the majestic peaks of the Drakensberg Mountains, cooling off with a swim in refreshing waterholes, wildlife spotting in Kruger National Park. Tips? Cycle training will give you a better experience as some of the rides are quite challenging with lots of uphill. Local benefits? Yes. The trip was relatively low impact and used accommodation owned/ run by local people. Overall rating? Awesome! (more)Jennifer Steward
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