Go off the grid on an active adventure hiking and cycling through South Africa.
Take part in a journey through South Africa's fantastically wild heartland. Beginning and ending in Cape Town, hike to the spectacular Table Mountain before mountain biking past antelopes, zebras and ostriches along the Western Coast. Spend days traipsing past giant sandstone monuments that have been carved by nature over centuries, and at night get cozy around beachside campfires, swapping stories and counting stars. Then enjoy cycling tours through the vineyards of Stellenbosch and Cape Peninsula. This is a chance to log off, check out, put the phone away and go well and truly off the grid.
Rise early for an unforgettable hike up the iconic Table Mountain of Cape Town. Enjoy spectacular panoramas over the "City Bowl" before catching the cable car back down.
Enjoy a Cape Malay cooking class in Bo-Kaap.
Work up a sweat on a mountain bike ride (or walk) before heading to a scenic overnight stay on the waters edge outside Paternoster.
Hike and stay within the raw and dramatic beauty of Cederberg Nature Reserve.
Bike ride through the picturesque Stellenbosh winery region and stop in at wineries to sample their wares.
Optional kayaking in Cape Columbine and an optional cycling tour along the Cape Peninsula are great additional activities to this itinerary.
As an active trip a certain level of fitness is required to enjoy this trip.
The accommodation at Paternoster and Cederberg Wilderness Area will have shared facilities due to the unique locations.
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Our South Africa: Hike & Bike trips score an average of 5 out of 5 based on 1 review in the last year.
Great trip for a slightly more active holiday then the usual but nothing too strenuous. The hike up Table Mountain although tough in the heat was totally worth it for the views. The Vineyard tours beautiful and if you like you're wine you'll be happy. A trip with a little of bit what you need for a slightly more active holiday with great food and wine.
Review submitted 04 Jan 2018