Tell me more about accommodation?

Our tours are focused on camping , if the tours visits a city we generally stay in 3 star accommodation On Scheduled group tours we supply, erect and transport 2,5 x 2,5m x 1.8m high dome tents with built-in ground sheets. Private group tours generally use roof top tents  but we could discuss if you prefer…

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Tell me more about the catering?

Three wholesome meals a day are prepared by a qualified bush chef. Menus are varied to include braais, potjies/stews, pasta dishes, etc. Fresh salads and/or vegetables are served with dinner where possible under African conditions Breakfasts on travel days will consist of hot porridge and cereals only and where possible, will include fried breakfasts or…

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Will I be able to access the internet?

Internet connectivity is slow in many places in Africa. Guests travelling in South Africa and Namibia should have no problem and wifi is available, unless they are at a game lodge or camp in one of the many wilderness areas, where connections may be slow or non-existent. In most other African countries Internet connections are…

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Can I use my credit card in Africa?

Visa and MasterCard are widely accepted in most restaurants, shops and hotels in South Africa, as well as in most large cities throughout the continent. Diners Club and American Express may not be accepted outside South Africa. Proof of identification may be required when paying by credit card, so be sure to carry some form…

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Is it safe to travel in Africa?

Africa is perfectly safe to visit and the African people are renowned for their warm hospitality. As with any travel, it is a good idea to take the standard precautions. Keep your passport and valuables close at hand or safely locked away and don’t leave luggage unattended. When travelling in town, check with your tour…

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Will we come across wild animals on the tour?

Namibia has a wide variety of wild animals including the Big 5. We will view many of these from the saddles of our bikes. We need not be afraid as the animals are more afraid than people and disappear before we come too close. The bike tour travels through Northwestern Namibia, home to desert-adapted elephant,…

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What kind of terrain do you ride in Namibia?

The tours are ridden on good dirt/gravel roads and on two track farm trails. The tour is a safari that travels about 2500 km over a two week period. Some of the routes are rides from one overnight spot to the next. Other rides are on trails that take us off road and into the…