Cycling The Cape & Winelands

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Cycle through vineyards, over mountain passes and along South Africa's coastline.

Details

Duration: 12 Days
Starts in: South Africa
Group Size: 4-14

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Start Cape Town; free day to explore.

Ride over Hellshoogte, passing vineyards; to Rosenview.

Ride the Franschhoek Pass.

Ride through the semi-arid desert of Great Karoo.

Ride through the Langeberge Mountains to Bontebok N.P.

Ride and transfer to Cape Agulhas N.P., Africa's southernmost point.

Cycle towards Hermanus; sample local beer at Birkenhead.

Free day to relax in Hermanus.

Ride the Whale Coast to Gordon's Bay.

Stunning Cape Peninsula ride; visit penguin colony.

Cycle to Cape Town via Chapman's Peak, Hout Bay and Camps Bay.

Optional morning visit to Robben Island; end Cape Town.

Additional Information

Renowned as one of the most beautiful places on Earth, Cape Town and its surroundings provide a stunning backdrop for this tour. Our unique circular route allows us to take in the fantastic sights the Cape Peninsula has to offer. In addition to Table Mountain and the chance to sample the famous wine from the estates of Stellenbosch, the wild coastline and rugged interior provide classic riding on peaceful roads with little traffic. The stunning scenery, a rich cultural history, unique flora, and unusual wildlife encounters make this a fantastic destination to discover on two wheels.

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