33 Day Kilimanjaro to Cape Town


33 Day Tour




Price includes:

33 Days Motorcycle Rental
33 Nights’ Accommodation in 3-4 Star Lodges, hotels or Beach Bungalows
33 Breakfasts, 21 Lunches and 29 Dinners
Tour Guide on a Motorcycle
Back up vehicle to carry Luggage and a spare motorcycle with Driver
Qualified Paramedic Accompanying the group (Minimum of 5 Riders required*)
Activities are included as follows:Walking Tour of Stone Town, Zanzibar
One way flight from Zanzibar to Arusha
Full day Safari into Ngorogoro Crater
Tour of Malawian Fishing Village
2 x Safaris in South Luangwa National Park
Entrance to Victoria Falls View Site
Helicopter Flight Victoria Falls (The Flight of Angels)
Safari into Chobe National Park
Mokorokoro Safari on Okavango Panhandle
Safari into Etosha National Park
Quad Biking in Namibian Sand Dunes (Atv)
Bushmen Walk
Entrance to Fish River Canyon
Tour Of Cape Point Peninsula
Transfers From Zanzibar International Airport in Zanzibar, Tanzania and to Cape Town International Airport at the end of the tour in South Africa
Bottled Water, Tea, coffee and Snacks
Detailed Guide Book/Tour App
Map of Southern Africa
Sama T-shirt

This price does not include:

Petrol (Your local Payment will cover this)
Cross border and Visa fees (Your local Payment will cover this)
Domestic and International flights
Items of a personal nature
All items not mentioned in “Price includes”
All meals and drinks other than those specified in “Price includes”
All Entrance fees other than those specified in “Price includes”

Local Payment:
Local Payment for Couple: $2 500
Local Payment for Single Person: $1 750

What is the local Payment?
After years of travelling through Southern Africa- we found that our clients don’t like hidden costs. Therefore we have tried to make our tours as all-inclusive as possible. We include 90% of the meals, all the accommodation and enough activities and safaris to create life time memories.
Unfortunately when you have to deal with 6 or more border crossings- you end up paying a lot of money for cross border fees and visa’s which need to be paid for in cash. In most countries petrol can also only be paid for in cash, so we decided not include the petrol and cross border fees in the tour price. We have found its better for everybody to carry a small amount of money on them, than for our tour guides to carry around suitcases full of cash.
This local payment is the cash you should have on hand to cover the costs of the border crossings, visas, petrol and the 4 Dinners and 12 Lunches that we have not included in the tour price.

There is no need to bring the full amount with you on the first day and hand it to the tour guide- you can draw it out of ATM’s and swop money as you go along on the tour. Please note that in Africa Mastercard ois much more widley accepted than Visa Card- so try to bring a Mastercard credit card or debit card with you.

You will get a guide on how much is needed for each country and border crossing and the tour guide will point out atm’s and “Bureau de change” en-route