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Nairobi, Kenya to Cape Town, South Africa

Guests may opt for a 4-wheel “Safari Style” vehicle in lieu of a motorcycle. Guests are provided the option of securing a vehicle which they may drive themselves, they may share a vehicle with other guests, or they may ride in the 4-wheeled vehicle chauffeured by one of our tour leaders. Riders now have the option to permit non-riding companions or family members to share this unique African experience.

The Out of Affrica Adventure is one of the most unique and all-encompassing African experiences that we offer. Spend 22 days riding 7,000 kilometers (4,300 miles) through six Southern African countries – enjoying premium level accommodations, meals, attractions, and support services the entire way. The Adventure begins in Nairobi, Kenya and ends is Cape Town, South Africa – one of the world’s most beautiful cities. A collection of world-class, once-in-a-lifetime African experiences has been incorporated into this amazing journey:

  • Two nights in the Serengeti, including a 4×4 safari at the world famous Ngorongoro Crater

  • Two nights in Botswana’s Chobe National Park, including a game drive by 4×4

  • An overnight stay at Victoria Falls, including a tour of the Falls

  • Wildlife cruise on the Chobe River, teeming with elephant, hippo, giraffe, and numerous other wildlife species

  • Three nights (two locations) on the shores of Lake Malawi (Africa’s third largest lake, and the eigth largest lake in the world)

  • South Africa’s Swartberg Mountains, including the Swartberg Pass

  • The final evening in a luxury hotel on Cape Town’s Waterfront

  • This premium-level Adventure is especially suitable for experienced two-up riders. A comfortable support vehicle will be available for non-riding companions (or “sometimes” riding companions) as well as a trailer for transporting luggage and a spare motorcycle.

At a Glance
Your Out of Africa Adventure

Arrival in Nairobi.

Welcome to Africa. The tour leaders will meet your plane and transfer you to your hotel. This is a non riding day however the tour leaders will hand over the bike to you and we will enjoy a short tour briefing before going for a great kick off dinner.

Nairobi to Karatui (380km/ 238 miles)

For the first riding day of this tour, we will spend most of the morning riding through Kenya as we head south towards Tanzania. We will also do our first border crossing of the tour before heading in Tanzania.From the border its only a couple of hours riding to the next hotel. Located just outside the town of Karatu over looking Lake Manyara, this is a wonderful hotel to enjoy during your first night in Tanzania. During the ride will will ride along the outskirts of Lake Manyara National Park where we may be able to see elephants, giraffe and bufallo from the bike. We will also get some great photo opportunities of the local Masaai people as they herd their cattle between pastures.

(No riding).

After breakfast we will be met by our local safari guide who will be driving and guiding us through the Serengeti National park for the next three days. The name Serengeti is derived from the Masai language and means ‘Endless plains’. It is one of the top ten wonders of the world, covers an area of 30 000 sq km¹s (12 000 sq miles). It is home to the various types of large and small animals, and of Africa’s ‘Big 5’ as well as hundreds of different types of trees and plants. It is most well know for the great migration during which almost 2 million herbivores migrate south towards the great plains during October in search of food and water, they then migrate North again in April. We will leave the bikes parked at the hotel and jump into game vehicles to our next hotel inside the Serengeti National park. As soon as we are through the park gates (About an hour from the hotel) you should be on the lookout for wildlife including elephants and buffalo. We will drive along the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater as we head towards the Serengeti. During the drive we will stop at Olduvai Gorge where remains of the worlds oldest humans were found. We will enjoy a nice packed lunch on the way to our hotel. After lunch we will enter into the heart of the Serengeti National Park, from now on you should be on the look out for the African Big Five as well as leopards, cheetahs as well as the large herds of Zebra and Wildebeest. Our hotel is located right inside the Serengeti Naitonal park where we will spend two nights enjoying one of the Africa¹s most amazing national parks.

Free Day in the Serengeti (no riding).

Today you will have the option of two shorter game drives or one full days game drive through the Serengeti. Either way you will not be disappointed as the Serengeti offers absolutely spectacular game
viewing opportunities. We will enjoy amazing views of the migrating herds of Zebra and Wildebeest as well as search for the ever elusive leopards sleeping in the trees.

The Serengeti to Karatu (no riding).

Today we head back to the hotel just outside of Karatu where we left the bikes but we will drive to the basin of the Ngorogngo Crater. The Crater is almost its own national park with its own bio
diversity. We will enjoy spectaculr views of this UNESCO heritage site as we drive down the side of the volcanic rim before enjoying a picnic lunch inside the crater. On top of the great wild life viewing opportuities inside the carter, we will also get to see huge flocks of pink flaminog that live inside the crater. This will be an absoluteluy spectaculr day.

Karatu to Moshi (225 km./ 141 miles).

A nice short easy days riding that will allow us a relaxed and easy start in the morning. Today we will backtrack slightly as we ride through the Lake Manyara reserve to Arusha where we will enjoy a great lunch. From Arusha we will ride to the small town of Moshi where we will spend the night. Moshi is the most popular town from which most hikes start to get to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. If its a clear day we will ride past the town of Moshi to get some great pictures of Mount Kilimanjaro (the highest mountain in Africa).

Moshi to Morogoro/Mikumi (600 km./ 370 miles).

After leaving the town of Moshi, we may see Mount Kilimanjaro on our left hand side, should it be cloud free then we will stop to get a photo of this rare sight. It is a very nice ride from Moshi to Chalinza, with varying landscapes from seeing Kilimanjaro, to riding through farmlands through a tight mountain

At Chalinza we will turn right on to the A7, this is the main arterial road from Dar es Salaam to Mbeya so we will see a large increase in traffic, especially trucks and busses. We will also go through a lot of small but very busy towns on the sides of the main road. Tonight we will stay in Mikumi National park. We will enter the park on the bikes (Be on the look out for wildlife including buffalo, Zebra, Giraffe and antelope.

Morogoro/Mikumi to Mbeya (555 km./ 348 miles).

The first few kilometers of today’s riding will take us through the last part of the Mikumi National Park, so be on the look out for wildlife.

We will ride through Udzungwa National Park as well as Sao hill Reserve, we will also ride through the Baobab Forrest just before Iringa which offers some great photo opportunities of some Baobab trees. Tonight we will enjoy a wonderful home made dinner at the coffee lodge in the Mbeya Mountain range.

Mbeya to Mzuzu (410 km./ 256miles).

Today we will enjoy spectacular riding as we head south from Mbeya through the beatuful rolling hills on which the locals grow tea as we head towards Malawi. After crossing into Malawi we will enjoy more incredible riding as we follow the banks of Lake Malawi. Despite the poverty and very basic way of life, Malawi is regarded as the friendliest country in Africa. It does not take long to undersntad why as the locals are extremely frinedly and always happy to see a foreigner on a bike. We will spend the night in Mzuzu.

Mzuzu to Senga Bay (395km./ 247 miles).

Day 10 Another great days riding along the shores of Lake Malawi. Today is a great riding day as its very scenic but also very interesting as we will pass through a lot of small towns along the way.
Don’t be shy to stop and spend time talking with locals, Malawi is very safe and an easy place to travel. We will spend two nights on the shores of Lake Malawi

Free day in Senga Bay.

The hotel is a great place to sit back and relax as its literally right on the banks of Lake Malawi and has its own private beach. Of course, you could go out and do more riding should you wish to add some more miles to your tour.

Senga Bay to Chipata (270 km. /169 miles).

A short but really good days riding as we head towards the border and cross into Zambia. The Malawi/Zambia border crossing is quiet and easy and the hotel is not too far from the border so we will enjoy a nice easy day and get to the hotel early enough to enjoy its facilitles.

Chipata to Lusaka (575 km./360 miles).

Today is one of the longer days riding, but its also a great ride as we head towards Lusaka, the capital of Zambia. The riding takes us through very rural parts of Zambia with very little traffic on the road and lots of twisty mountaineous roads. The hotel tonight is a very nice 5 star place.

Lusaka to Livingstone (495 km./310 miles.

Another great and easy ride through Zambia as we ride to one of the 7 wonders of the World, Victoria Falls. We will get to the hotel which is located right next to the falls (You can hear them from your room) so that you can go and enjoy walking through the natioanl park offering specatucalr views of the falls.

Livingstone to Kasane, Botswana (95 km. /55 miles)

Today is the shortest riding day of the tour. We will cross from Zambia into Botswana via the Kazangula Ferry which is a great experience on its own as we cross the Zambezi River. We will get to the our hotel in the town of Kasane for lunch. After lunch we will do a sunset boat cruise that offers incredbile game viewing opportunities as well as some absolutuely spectaulcar sunest photographs.

Free Day in Kasane (non riding day).

The hotel is a wonderful place to kick back and relax. For those that would like to add to their game viewing experiences you can do the morning game drive into the Chobe National park which is home to the big five. You could also do the boat cruise again in the afternoon (most people enjoy this so much that they want to do it twice).

Kasane to Nata (311 km/ 197 miles.).

We have often seen elephants and other wildlife along the road between Kasane and Nata and have often had to stop on the road as elephants cross. This is a great opportunity to get a photo of your bike with elephants in the background.

Nata to Gabarone (440 km./ 275 miles)

Today we ride through some very rural parts of Botswana with photo opportunities of small villages along the way. We will stop for a photo opportunity at the Tropic of Capricorn (33 degrees south).

Gabarone to Kimberley, South Africa (551km /322 miles).

Today we will enjoy some easy riding as we go through some very rural and remote parts of Botswana before crossing the border into South Africa. We will stay in the town of Kimberley, home to the worlds largest hand dug diamond mine. Our hotel is located overlooking the ‘Great Hole’ and also within walking distance of the diamond musuem that explains the history of this part of the world

Kimberley to Prince Albert (625 km/391 miles).

Today is one of the longest riding days of the tour; however, the entire route is along well-maintained roads, making the distance easier. Prince Albert is a pretty little farming town where we will stay at a Boutique Lodge at the end of the Main Road of town.

Prince Albert to Cape Town (532 km. /333 miles).

Today is the last riding day of the tour as we head to Oudtshoorn (The Ostrich capital of the world) and then along the R62 wine route through the small farming towns of Ladismith, Barrydale and Worcester before the last stretch into the city.

Cape Town is reputed to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world. We’ll end our tour by spending the night at the Victoria & Alfred Hotel on
Cape Town’s Waterfront, one of Cape Towns most luxurious hotels. So it is well worth getting an early start to arrive into Cape Town with some spare time to explore and enjoy the cities largest attraction, the Cape Town Victoria and Alfred Waterfront.

Departure from Cape Town.

After breakfast the tour leaders will arrange for your transfer from the hotel to the airport as you head home with some amazing memories of your spectacular experience in Africa!

The route includes a wide variety of road conditions and varying geographical features. A major feature of this Adventure is the extensive wildlife viewing that takes place during the many game drives and river cruise in the major game parks in Botswana, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, and Rwanda. Many game sightings will also occur from the seat of the motorcycle. Expect some heavy city traffic in Dar es Salaam and Nairobi.





  • Deduct $950 for BMW G310R
  • Includes BMW F700GS
  • Additional charge of $350 for BMW F800GS
  • Additional charge of $1,000 for BMW F800GS Adv
  • Additional charge of $1,800 for a Honda Africa Twin
  • Additional charge of $1,800 for a BMW R1200GS LC
  • Additional charge of $3,000 for a BMW R1200GS Adv LC
  • Own motorcycle: deduct $2,950 from the rider price.

  • Single room supplement – $2,200
  • Meals: All breakfas, 18 dinners and some lunches
  • Tour price includes all park entry fees, ferry fees, and activities described in the daily itinerary.
  • There is a $1,600 non-refundable deposit requirement for this trip.

2017 Schedule
Date2017 AdventuresDaysPrice
Jun 6 - Jun 27Out of Africa22$15,750$11,750
2018 Schedule
Date2018 AdventuresDaysPrice
Jun 5 - Jun 26Out of Africa22$15,750$11,750