Are the roads in South Africa good for riding?
Yes, they are! Even though South Africa is a 3rd world country, our asphalt road network is 1st world and surprising to most first time travellers to our country. For the dual sport or off road traveller, South Africa offers over 400 000km’s of gravel or ‘dirt’ roads as we like to refer to them. These range from gravel highways running between the small farming villages to majestic mountain passes that link towns across previously impenetrable mountain ranges. All in all South Africa offers every type of landscape in one diverse and spectacular country.
Is touring in South Africa affordable?
With a reasonable fuel price, top quality hotels, restaurants and not to mention world renowned wine all available at an enviable exchange rate for foreigners, travelling in South Africa has never been more pleasurable or affordable.
Do people speak English in South Africa?
Although there are 11 official languages in South Africa, English is widely spoken and understood in all parts, including Swaziland and Lesotho
Is the accommodation OK in South Africa?
There are plenty of available options for accommodation in South Africa, ranging from 5 star internationally branded hotels to hostel type back packer style lodgings. Either way, we will make sure you are comfortable by utilising preferred guest houses, B&B’s and hotels along the way
Can I drink the water in South Africa?
Tap water in South Africa is completely safe to drink, unless stated otherwise
Do I need to take malaria medication before visiting South Africa?
South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland are all malaria free areas; however, some parts of the Kruger Park are low risk malaria areas.