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Sanddrif Holiday Resort
Getaway to the unspoilt heart of the Cederberg. Home to the Dwarsrivier Farm MTB Trails, Cederberg Winery & Brewery!
Cafe Bon Bon & La Petite Dauphine
Rustic farm kitchen and luxury accommodation at La Petite Dauphine
The Lord Milner Hotel
Travel back in time with this beautiful hotel set in the quaint town of Matjiesfontein
Ride Trails ║ Buy Gear ║ Walk Trails || Drink Coffee ║ Eat Food ║ Talk MTB ║ Take in the View
Harkerville Forest – Garden Route National Park
MTB Trails & accommodation in the magical Knysna Forest
Ganzekraal Coastal Resort
Located 60km from Cape Town, on the West Coast, Ganzekraal Resort is the perfect destination to catch a sunset and escape the bustle of the city for the weekend.
The Cape of Good Hope
Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve is one of South Africa's top tourist destinations - a true cyclist’s paradise with a meandering network of smooth tarred roads and rambling dirt roads that transverse a rich landscape of natural and cultural heritage sites.
Constantia Valley Wine Estate, home to a cosy Wine Shop, Open Door restaurant and an awesome bike park.
Cradle of Humankind
a UNESCO World Heritage Site, renowned for its rich palaeontological and archaeological heritage. Cycle through the birthplace of humanity!
iSimangaliso Wetland Park & iSimangaliso MTB 3 day
World Heritage Site & host to iSimangaliso MTB 3 day adventure tour.
Fugitives’ Drift Lodge
Award-winning Lodge & Guest House set in the natural heritage site of the "battlefields" of KZN.
Request Farm Cottage & Cycle Safaris
A tranquil haven & mountain biking paradise set against the back drop of Kagga Mountains.
Off-road Trails, Chalet & Camping Accommodation. Experience the great outdoors with your family!
Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve
An adventure-lover’s playground in the heart of a World Heritage Site
Kogelberg Nature Reserve
The most beautiful of Cape Nature’s protected areas, in the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom.
Swartberg Nature Reserve (Gamkaskloof – Die Hel)
Gamkaskloof (aka Die Hel) promises a sensory feast of proteas, regional ports and donkey trails