Windhoek - Cape Town


There is no lack of contrasts on this tour. Start on the high plateau of Windhoek, down to the deserts of the Namib and Kalahari, the unique sea of ​​dunes of Sossusvlei, diamond area, deserted Atlantic coast, breathtaking Fish River Canyon, lifeline Orange River with grapes in abundance, sea of ​​flowers of Namaqualand, alpine-like Cederberge to to the fruit and wine growing regions of the Cape region. Finally, of course, Cape Town with its Table Mountain – one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Cape Town has a lot to offer, so you should definitely take a follow-up holiday.

This tour is suitable for everyone, we mostly ride on good, pushed gravel roads, sometimes also on asphalt.

Bookable as a hotel and hotel/camping tour



  • Day 1 Arrival In Windhoek

    Pick up at Hosea Kutako, Windhoek International Airport, 45 km transfer to Windhoek. Here we stroll through the hustle and bustle and familiarize ourselves with the African mentality, do formalities, errands, such as exchanging money, telephone cards, sun and mosquito repellent, buy biltong (dried meat) or something similar for the way, because the next day we go to the bush . Dinner at cost at well-known Joe's Beer house.

  • Day 2 Sesriem 320 km

    Start heading southwest towards the Namib Desert. At the Spreetshoogte Pass we have a gigantic view down to the Namib Desert. South America and Africa separated at this escarpment 100 million years ago. Refuel at the desert gas station Solitaire. Our final destination is Sesriem, the gateway to Sossusvlei. Accommodation lodge. breakfast and dinner

  • Day 3 Sossusvlei -Beta 170 km

    We have to get up early today to experience the sunrise mood in the dune area. Sossusvlei, one of the three (Etosha, Fish River Canyon) most famous sights in Namibia, is a clay basin surrounded by red dunes, which at 300 m are among the highest in the world. During a short walk in the dunes, you can “breathe” the vastness and stillness of the orange-colored sea of ​​dunes. Unfortunately, no motorcycles are allowed here in the national park and we have to change to the support vehicle. On the way back we visit the narrow gorge of Sesriem Canyon. We continue along the huge Namib Naukluft National Park. On the left the escarpment and on the right the red oxidized dunes of the Namib. Endless plains crossed by oryx antelopes. Guest house. breakfast and dinner

  • Day 4 Lüderitz 330 km

    The desert landscape down to the Atlantic to Lüderitz is unique. vastness without end. Lunch break in the small town of Aus. A fresh breeze will blow towards us from the Atlantic. On the way we can visit the old railway stations. German colonial history began in Lüderitz. Scratch Square Guesthouse. Breakfast and dinner.

  • Day 5 Aus 200 km

    In the morning we drive to Kolmanskuppe - once the richest city in Africa during the diamond age, all that remains today is a ghost town, where the dunes are becoming more and more common. Then a winding ride along the sea to the Diaz Cross. The Portuguese navigator and explorer Bartholomäus Diaz erected a historic cross here in 1488. Guest house. Breakfast. Dinner at the train station hotel at cost.

  • Day 6 Fish-River Canyon 260 km

    Via Seeheim we drive towards the Fish River Canyon, past the Naute reservoir and the huge date plantations. In the late afternoon we visit the gigantic Fish River Canyon, the second largest canyon in the world. Here you have to linger a bit to enjoy the space and silence. Canyon Road House. Breakfast and dinner.

  • Day 7 Oranjemund 300 km

    Contrasting slope parallel to the Fish River. The track leads us through a gorge down to Ai -Ais. A bath in the warm spring water strengthens the limbs again. After the desert landscape, the huge green table grape cultivation area on the Oranje River suddenly awaits us. We drive the 180 km on the winding route along the Oranje border river to Oranjemund. The city was a peculiar city until 2017, because it belonged to the Diamond Society and was closed to all tourism. Guest house. breakfast and dinner.

  • Day 8 Hondeklip Bay 290 km

    Today is the border crossing to South Africa. We drive the lonely stretch along the Atlantic coast to Port Nolloth. Through the abandoned diamond town of Kleinzee. Diamond prospecting is not very active here anymore. We reach Hondeklipbaai on the short asphalt road laid out by the Diamond Society. If you like a lot of peace and the sea, you will fall in love with this small, sleepy place. Guest house breakfast and dinner

  • Day 9 Klawer 260 km

    We leave the coast for the time being and continue south on small gravel roads. The area is sparsely populated. But near Lutzville on the Olifants River, the famous South African viticulture begins. We follow the course of the river with its green vineyards to Klawer. In the evening we can taste the wines from the region. Guest house. breakfast and dinner.

  • Day 10 Cederberge 140 km

    Today we have a fascinating route that winds with the course of the river. The route is popular with many South African motorcyclists. At Clanwillam we turn into the Cederberg, on a narrow, winding track. Some compare it here with the Dolomites in Europe. We absolutely must linger at the viewpoints to enjoy the magnificent rugged mountains. Guest house. breakfast and dinner

  • Day 11 Stellenbosch 230 km

    Roller coaster descent from the magnificent Cederberg. A curve highlight is on the program today. It goes over several passes and through the orchards of Ceres. It gets narrow in the gorge of Bainskloof Pass. Great views over Wellington. Our destination is Stellenbosch with its world-famous wine region. The town has oak-lined avenues and old Dutch architecture is not to be missed. Civilization has us back. Guest house. Breakfast. Dinner at cost in the many restaurants

  • Day 13 Cape Town

    Connection holiday or transfer to the airport (because of the different departure times, we cannot take over the transfer, but we can organize it))

  • We reserve the right to make minor changes to the course of the tour.




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