Park / Reserve

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Activities

Primary

Cycle Safari

Secondary

Guided Game Drive

Optional

Star-gazing evening

Useful Info

What's Provided

Tented Accommodation
Meals
Water
Bicycles (for hire if needed)

What to Bring

Cycling Gear
Mountain Bike
Tubeless Tyres (essential)
Spare Parts
Water bottles
Camera
Binoculars
Insect Repellant
Sun Cream

Looking for something unique... Cycling through the Northern Tuli Reserve of Botswana is one of the most enjoyable and adventurous safari experiences on offer. Led by armed and knowledgeable local guides, the Cycle Mashatu Wilderness Trail provides a unique opportunity to ride at leisure along ancient elephant migration paths, cycle amongst great herds of wildlife and sleep under starlit African skies in comfortable tented accommodation. Great game viewing can be expected and on bike one gets closer than you would do on foot to the animals without the confines of being in a vehicle. Expect to see elephants, plenty of plains game and the odd predator (lion, leopard, hyena or cheetah) you may bump in to. The riding is tailor-made to a group's fitness levels, but usually entails a long morning's ride, followed by a scrumptious breakfast. During the late afternoons, guests embark on a 'sundowner' game drive to enjoy the always spectacular African sunset whilst sipping on a GNT or cold beer. The tours have scheduled departures and are 3 nights and 4 days. Although Mashatu is in Botswana, it is easily accessible from Johannesburg and Pretoria (5 and a half hour drive) and charter flights are also available.

Why we like it

Unique and thrilling safari experience; Close encounters with big game; Camping under the stars

Quick Facts

Accommodation Type: Tour
Rates from:
Group Size: Small
Max No of Guests: 8
Children Friendly: No
Minimum Age: 16

Tour info

Tour duration: 4 Days, 3 Nights
Start: Pont Drift
End: Pont Drift
Highlights Cycling with Wildlife, Elephants, Predators, Baobabs, Limpopo River, Sleep Out
Nearest Major City Francistown

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Safari Experience

Safari type

Something Different

Specialist Species

Birding
Elephant
Wildebeest
Zebra

Malaria area

Yes

Suitable for

Couples
Private group
Small groups
Solo Travellers