Pondo Strandloper on the Wild Coast
Wild Coast, Transkei _ Port Edward to Mtentu _ Mountain Bike Tour
If you are looking for a week end break only a short drive from Durban, come join us on this adventure ride and experience some of the best natural trails this country has to offer, with some of the most breath taking scenery.
Date – 3rd – 5th November 2017 (2 Nights/3 Days)
Meet – Wild Coast Casino
Time – 7h00 for 8h00
No of Riders – Trip confirmed with 8 paid up riders (max 12 riders)
Distances – Day 1 – 35km / Day 2 – up to 40km / Day 3 – 30km
Fitness & Skill – A decent amount of fitness and technical skill will be an advantage, although if the track seems beyond your skill level a short bike push is always an option.
Support – 1 guide / 1 seconder (vehicle will meet on route with additional supplies and snacks)
Cost – R2600-00 (all inclusive accept for drinks)
This is a opportunity for those who want to give take on the Wild Coast but are a little weary of their abilities. A decent amount of fitness is required and some technical skills will be an advantage but most keen mountain bikers will love what these trails and area have to offer.
Our stay will be at Mtentu Tented Camp, this lovely camp is situated above the Mtentu River within the coastal forest. (space is limited to accommodation availability)
Day 1 will take an inland route from the Wild Coast Casino to Mtentu along cattle and goat paths, passed incredible natural features like Nyamani Falls and the Red Desert.
Day 2 will be a day to explore the area, take a ride though Mkamabti Nature reserve or a paddle up the Mtentu Estuary with an option to hike up one of the gorges.
Day 3 We will ride the beach back to Port Edward, hugging the ocean’s edge as we go – an amazing experience for all especially those who have not had the opportunity to ride on hard packed beach sand before.
For more on the tour “click here”
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