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Horse Riding on Cape Town beaches

Cape Town’s most beautiful horse riding haven is situated in the Noordhoek Valley, just 20 kilometres south of the city. Nestled at the foot of the world-renowned scenic drive of Chapman’s Peak, horse riding here offers breathtaking views of the peak and the endless sweep of Noordhoek Beach. Visit the Kakapo shipwreck and spot indigenous bird life on one of the Cape’s most spectacular and pristine beaches. Watch the sun set over the Atlantic Ocean, or feel the wind in your hair as you canter along the water’s edge.

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Horse Riding through Cape Town’s Winelands

These horse trails are designed for those who wish to experience the beauty of the winelands as part of an all-inclusive, luxury equestrian vacation in the Western Cape. The focus here is on riding through our local mountain fynbos, vineyards and olive groves. Guests are taken to wine farms, an olive producer and get to taste some of the excellent local cuisine.

At the end of each day, relax at Diemersfontein, a top-classcountry house in the Berg River Valley that provides all the comfortsof home. Daily or 3–5 day trails available.

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Horse Riding Safari in Okavango Delta, Botswana

Exploring the Okavango Delta on horseback is a one-of-a-kind safari. Spotting animals from your vehicle is certainly the norm, but sitting astride a horse and immersing yourself in the natural environment makes for an unforgettable game-viewing experience. In many cases the wild animals allow you to come much closer, as they do not see humans as separate from the non-threatening horse.

Enjoy riding during the day and then spend the night in a luxurious camp with large, walk-in, safari-style tents with twin beds and their own en-suite bathrooms. The camps also have a large, furnished mess tent and a private pool. Contact us for further information or to book this unique safari.

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Pony Trekking in Lesotho

Pony trails traverse spectacular mountain passes in this landlocked mountain kingdom. View some of southern Africa’s highest waterfalls, visit ancient Bushman rock-art paintings in caves and experience true Basotho culture. Local guides and a packhorse carrying your bags accompany you on your journey. All treks are flexible and tailor-made to suit your requirements. Malealea Lodge is situated in a remote corner of western Lesotho. It’s a breathtakingly beautiful spot surrounded by soaring peaks and offers a chance to experience traditional Basotho life. Malealea’s pony trekking options range from 1 hour to 6 days or even longer, if you so desire.

No riding experience is necessary. All the huts and horses are hired from the Basotho people in Lesotho’s remote areas. Each day’s trek lasts about 7 hours. The huts are rustic and very basic, but you’ll experience ‘the real Africa’: unplugged, raw and enchanting.Lesotho is a land without fences, so your roaming is unchecked and untamed. Every day provides jaw-droppingscenery and precious interactions with the locals. Various Basotho children’s choirs as well as bands that make use of local, home-madeinstruments, entertain guests in the evenings around a campfire. Comeand join us for this unique ‘alpine African’ experience.

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Sand-boarding at Atlantis Dunes near Cape Town

In a country where snow is in short supply, an exciting alternative is sand boarding.This adrenaline sport has much in common with snowboarding. The custom-designed boards are laminated to allow for added speed down the grainy slopes.

Sand boarding is easy to learn and thus accessible to the absolute beginner. It’s also an excellent way to learn the fundamentals of snowboarding as the basic principles are the same. Our expert boarders will show you just how easy it is. So come along and explore the giant white dunes of Atlantis just outside Cape Town.

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Cape Town Cycling and Cape Argus Cycle Tour

We offer 7 and 14 day road biking tours for those visitors who want to see the Cape in a more slow-paced and intimate way. Visit the winelands, whale coast and breathtaking mountain passes. Enjoy wine tasting, good food and spectacular views.

Alternatively, go for a day outing over Chapman’s Peak to Noordhoek Beach. All tours can be tailor made to suit your interests. For the more committed cyclist, the Cape Argus Cycle Tour is a must.The Cape Argus Pick ’n Pay Cycle Tour With more than 35 000 people taking part, this is the largest individually timed cycle race on the planet. For some, this 109 km tour is the achievement of a personal goal, a test of fitness and staminaor a chance to raise funds for worthy causes. For others, it’s simply a fun event and one of the highlights of the international cycling calender, attracting entrants from all over the world year after year.

First held in 1977, the tour has undergone many changes to routes, distances and levels of participation over the past 37years. Innovative environmental management has also positionedthe tour as one of the leading, environmentally sustainable events in South Africa.

The route, which winds its way around the Peninsula, gives cyclists an opportunity to enjoy a challenging race amid scenes of unparalleled natural beauty as they cycle the length of the peninsula to Cape Point returning over Chapman’s Peak to the finish in Green Point.

Itinerary dates: 11-days of pre-race training (7 days riding with rest days included) plus the race itself in early March. For more
information visit the official race site:

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Hire a Bike

Rent a Scooter in Cape Town

If cycling sounds like too much hard work, why not try a scooter instead? It offers loads of fun and stunning scenery as you crisscross the Cape peninsula. These nippy bikes take the stress out of finding parking and being caught in traffic.

Rent a Harley Davidson in Cape Town

The Harley Davidson is perhaps the most iconic bike. It epitomizes freedom and fun and the great open road. Explore the Cape from your saddle, visiting everything from old colonial streets to dramatic mountain passes. Harley Davidson also offers guided tours of the winelands, mountains, distant horizons and countless tourist routes.
Vintage 750cc World War II sidecar rental and tours in Cape Town.

We offer vintage 750cc World War II classic sidecars for self drive, guided tours as well as chauffeur drives. These iconic vehicles date from the 1930s and offer a unique way to see the Cape and surrounds.

From day trips to several days of adventure with routes tailor made to
your requirements.