Sama Motorcycle Tours South Africa

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Established in 2003 as a motorcycle touring company, Sama Tours has had a 100% safety record. Our motorcycle touring services include: guided motorcycle tours, self guided motorcycle tours, motorcycle rentals, extended tours and easy bookings.

 

Join us for exceptional motorcycle touring, departing every month of the year. Tours come with an expert guide from renowned cyclists with firsthand knowledge and experience of motorcycle tours in South Africa. Additionally, we have a back-up vehicle that travels with the touring party to ensure everything runs smoothly. There is no need to slum it while motorcycle touring with SAMA because we stay in 3-4 Star accommodation all the way. We have regular rest days scheduled so you can explore on your own or just relax.

 

Motorcycle Tours
All our motorcycle trips give you ample opportunity to view South African wildlife and time to immerse yourself in South Africa's warm culture. We have beautiful coastal roads that hug the Indian and Atlantic Ocean, winding mountain passes with amazing views and scenic roads that stretch endlessly! Although we do not offer off-road touring options, there is ample opportunity on rest days to explore exciting off-road tracks.

 

Motorcycle Touring Highlights

 

  • You will get up close and personal with African wildlife.
  • You will discover dramatic scenery and some of the most diverse landscapes.
  • You will meet the local African people and learn about their customs and culture.
  • You will ride spectacular mountain roads with twists that stretch forever and magnificent scenery that will simply take your breath away.
  • You will experience South Africa's endless coastline, contrasting pristine sandy beaches, green hillsides and azure blue Indian and Atlantic Oceans.
  • You will visit South Africa's top destinations: Cape Town, The Garden Route, Kwazulu Natal, Namaqualand, Kruger National Park, the Drakensberg, the Cradle of Human Kind and Soweto, among others.
  • You will venture off the beaten path and explore the "Real Africa" by motorcycle.

 

Motorcycle Touring Accommodation
We use 3-4 Star lodges while motorcycle touring. The Sama Team have personally chosen all motorcycle touring accommodation based on their high quality standard, beautiful surroundings and  charming settings.

 

Motorcycle Tour Guides
Our tour guides are passionate about Motorcycle touring. Trained to the highest standards, we always strive to give you the best service and experience possible. For experienced riders we offer self-guided motorcycle hire services.

 

The Back Up Vehicle
All tours are led by a tour guide on a motorcycle and followed by an air conditioned back-up vehicle to carry luggage, snacks, drinks, first aid kits and an extra motorcycle with spare parts.

 

We are looking forward to welcoming you on the motorcycle touring safari of a lifetime.

 

Source: http://www.samatours.co.za/

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Justin has 1 articles online

Sama motorcycle Tours is a successful family run business that started in 2003- for the past 5 years we have been organizing fun, interesting and exciting motorcycle tours of South Africa.

 

When people entrust their hard earned vacation time to you, you do a good job of it to ensure that they have the two wheel time of their life!

 

We offer motorcycle tours of South Africa where you get to meet local African people, view exciting African Wildlife and ride the best motorcycling roads that South Africa has on offer.

 

Offering 35 Years of combined motorcycling and travel experience- we are able to offer you the best motorcycle tours of South Africa- we know all the great hidden routes, special scenic places and crazy african adventures on offer. We are accredited by both the South African Tourism Standards Association (Satsa) and TUV Rheinland (Germany) and thus we can guarantee a fun, safe and well organized tour for you.

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This article was published on 2011/06/21