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Four Wheel Driving in Baviaanskloof, Kouga Mountain Rage, Eastern Cape South Africa

Difficulty:
2-3
Distance:
33 km/20 mi
Baviaanskloof area lies between the Baviaanskloof and the Kouga mountain ranges. It is approximately at 120km/74mi in the west of Port Elizabeth Town in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.

The area is characterized by a marvelous craggy beauty with spectacular land forms, diverse plants and a variety of animals.The climate at the Baviaanskloof is temperate with winters similar to the Mediterranean. The spot is considered to be a paradise for adventurous and adrenaline junkies

The Baviaanskloof trails offer amazing scenic and challenging 4×4 driving. This experience allows you to appreciate the magnificent mountain scenery the region has to offer!!

The route is a 33 km/20 mi arena, lasting between 4-5 hours. Graded 2-3, the route takes you from Langkloof to the Baviaans over the Kouga Mountains (which is home to the mountain Leopard) and can be tackled in both directions. The terrain comprises of eroded farm tracks, gravel, loose stone and rocks. 4×4 driving is open all year round however during winter and summer, the weather could get extreme. Advance booking is required before embarking on this thrilling adventure.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Port Elizabeth
271 km / 168.3 mi, 4 hrs 2 mins
Head North East towards Lawler Street and continue to take R75 onto R329 and onto Baviaanskloof. Please note that due to the area's topography, it is only accessible by 4x4 cars.
BY AIR
Port Elizabeth Airport,
214 km / 133 mi

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BOOKING REQUEST
Rafting/Kayaking, Tsitsikamma
/ South Africa, Storms River Mouth, Tsitsikamma, Western Cape

This 2-3 hour adventure is the most popular adventure activity where you can experience the best that Tsitsikamma offers! If you are keen to explore deeper into the Storms River Gorge, and experience the deep, long, quiet pools with ancient forests and deep caves then the kayak and lilo trip is for you!

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