Why should I book with iNkwazi African Safaris, rather than any other company?
We are owner run and self operated, so we care about you as our guest to have the “time of your life” experience in the hope that you will return to experience another South Africa Motorbike Tour with us. You arrive as our guest and leave as our friend
What kind of people normally travel with iNkwazi African Safaris?
Our guests are keen travellers who enjoy touring, and who prefers attention to personalized service all through their tour. They are generally in their late 30’s to their late 60's with some a bit younger and a few a bit older. The testimonials on our web site provide an excellent means to learn more about our customers.
How many Kilometers will we be touring per day?
It varies, depending on road conditions and attractions along our route. Many days include fewer than 200 km of riding, and it’s unusual for any day to exceed 500 km. If so, we will prepare you for it and road conditions will be suitable for long distance travelling. Our trips are designed to provide a good mix of sightseeing and touring. The schedule provides time for a wholesome breakfast, a leisurely lunch, to reflect on the amazing sights and riding experienced of that morning, and arrival at your accommodation in time for some local sightseeing and relaxation before dinner. We usually arrive at our destination by about 15h00 or 16h00 in the afternoon. Please note that dinner and breakfast will be sumptuous and most will not require much more than a snack and a soft drink during the day
What is INCLUDED in the cost?
Cost include all meals, accommodation and South African beverages. It also include transfers between the airport and accommodation on your first and last nights. It exclude flights, accommodation the night before the tour start and accommodation is not included in the last night if your flight only leave the next day.
What type of accommodation do you provide?
Accommodation varies from comfortable, owner run, 3-
What will be for dinner?
Every guest house, lodge & B&B will put down a detailed, true south African menu where riders can experience local food and drink .We do not restrict our riders to limited choices like most of our competitors, and we always include Local South African beverages with our meals in order to have that TRUE South African experience .
Malaria Areas and Health Issues?
South Africa has no specific health issues related to diseases and immunizations are not required. We will be in a low-
What must I bring along?
Passport (Valid for your trip check on visa requirements for your specific country, ensure your passport is current and in good order)
Visa The relevant visa as required for a visit to South Africa.
Personal accident cover, medical insurance / Medical aid documentation
Terms & Conditions / Indemnity Form. This form will be signed prior to commencement of the tour in South Africa.
View : Terms & Conditions / Indemnity Form
Clothing and Equipment :
Luggage : A Maximum of two standard suitcases per person and a small rucksack or money belt to carry your wallet and small items needed.
Casual Wear : Most lodges & Guest Houses require closed shoes and long trousers to be worn to the evening meal, ties are not required and not advised, neat casual will be adequate.
Other Wear : Swim suits, beach towel, sandals, shorts, sun block will also be required.
What is your cancellation policies?
We will email you all the details for a cancellation.
South Africa, as with any country on the globe has it's safety issues. Africa is often seen as a whole. Please remember Africa is a huge continent with both stable and unstable countries. South Africa is a stable democracy since 1994 with a first world infrastructure. Telecommunications, roads and accommodation are world class. Your host is South African born and bred and has over 20 years of Tourism experience. We have not as yet experienced any negative incidents or feedback from our clients. We specifically ask clients regarding safety and all have mentioned that they never felt threatened in any way on the tour. All our clients have mentioned that the local people of all races have always been warm, friendly and accommodating on our tours. South Africa is 'The Jewel' of Africa.
As with all international travel across the globe we do advise the following common sense care approach:
Avoid flashing cash in public
Avoid ATM if unaccompanied
Avoid leaving valuables unattended (cameras, notebook PC's, wallets, cell phones etc)
Avoid walking alone in isolated areas and after dark
Avoid riding after dark (unfamiliar roads etc)
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