Specialised Adventures - 2024 Namibia Tours

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Hardy de Kock

Grey Hound
WD Vendor
Dec 7, 2014
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Loxton - Northern Cape
Yamaha T7
Specialised Adventures Tours 2024

• 03 – 15 May 2024: Northern Namibia (Kaokoland & Damaraland)
• 07 – 19 June 2024: Northern Namibia (Kaokoland & Damaraland)

We will be riding the Unforgiven Trail with a few surprises as part of the experience

Please note that these dates are for the actual riding days. You need to keep in mind that you will have to allow for an additional two days to fly into and from Windhoek for the Northern Namibia tours.

The following is included in the trip:
• All the accommodation fees in Namibia.
• All tents, stretchers, mattresses & camping chairs.
• All cutlery & crockery.
• All meals including daily lunch packs.
• Fresh water.
• Ice when available.
• Cold drinks.
• Snacks.
• Backup and recovery vehicles.
• Medical assistance.
• Aerial evacuation arrangements with an evacuation company. (You need to notify your medical aid of your intention to ride in Namibia for the Namibia tours).
• Daily briefing on the route for the day.
• Tracks uploaded to your GPS.
• Tools.
• Compressors.
• Puncture repair equipment.
• Satellite phone (For emergencies in the remote areas, where there is no Wi-Fi, and for when you need to re-assure your loved ones that you are in fact still alive and well)

We will also assist in getting your bike to Namibia and back wherever possible for a small fee to cover our costs. We are based in Cape Town, Loxton and Pretoria, and riders that fly to Windhoek will have to get their bikes to us at one of these collection points.

We will set up a Whats App group for the riders that have confirmed, to discuss matters relating to the trip (ride share to Namibia, flight arrangements for those wanting to fly, spares, equipment etc.)

Call Hardy on 0827840729 or mail at [email protected] for more info.

This is a link to drive with some of the photos taken by riders during may last year. I am sure they won't mind.

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