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August 17, 2017 Comments (2) Cederberg & Tankwa, Uncategorized

WildWood Karoo Caper – Sept 23-25

Karoo Caper.

A brand new Karoo route  especially for the September Heritage Day long weekend.

3 Days of challenging riding  including a ‘secret’ special loop on day 2.

Tough enough to have some fun but certainly not an extreme ‘break the bike tour’.

2 Nights bed, breakfast and supper in a guesthouse on a working  sheep farm. (expect lamb chops )

Price: ZAR 2650 per person sharing.

50% deposit secures booking and full payment by 09 September.

Our ride begins and ends in Cape Town. We head through the Western Cape Winelands to Wellington. Then over Bainskloof Pass, a bucket list tar pass with more twists than an Agatha Christie novel.

From then it’s into the Koue Bokkerveld and Tankwa Karoo. Iconic off-road passes like Gannaga Pass, Karelskraal Pass, Ramelkop Pass and Ouberg Pass await.

Good old fashioned ‘kick ass’ adventure bike riding.

 

 

WildWood Karoo Caper

Top of Karelskraal Pass

WildWood Karoo Caper

Karelskraal pass

 

 

WildWood Karoo Caper

Tankwa  National park

WildWood Karoo Caper

Tankwa  National park

Tankwa  National park

WildWood Karoo Caper

Tankwa  National park

WildWood Karoo Caper

Tankwa Tented camp

WildWood Karoo Caper

Tankwa Tented camp

WildWood Karoo Caper

Styling on the 701. Karelskraal Pass

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2 Responses to WildWood Karoo Caper – Sept 23-25

  1. Alan says:

    Do these trips include bikes and clothing I’m sure if I read small print it’s there some where just can’t find my glasses

    • WildWood says:

      Hi Alan,
      We do have a fleet of 2016 KTM690R bikes as rentals.

      Rental price is R1500 per day and a rather hefty accident damage deposit of R15000 which is refunded at tour end less the value of any damages.

      We have a small range of riding kit to rent (size dependent) as well as a partner with a full range of kit to rent.

      We also have the Giant Loop Coyote luggage bags as rentals for unsupported trips like the Karoo Caper.

      Regards
      John

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