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Full Day Bike Tour West Coast from Cape Town

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Full Day Bike Tour West Coast from Cape Town

You leave Cape Town and make your way along the West Coast and its quaint fishing villages, windswept beaches and rugged shoreline! You transfer to Buffelsfontein Game Reserve, a private reserve where you ride an exclusive cycle route through the wilderness with an armed ranger and back-up vehicle! You may get up close to a variety of antelope and plains game, including zebra, giraffe, oryx, wildebeest, kudu, eland, springbok and you can visit the cheetah and lion enclosures. Cycling ensures a more intimate experience and allows you to get closer to nature than you ever expected!

After your guided cycle, you transfer to the West Coast National Park, a haven of biodiversity in the region! Enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch at Geelbek Restaurant, a national monument which contains a cast of Eve’s footprint, the oldest known footprint of modern man! You shuttle up to Seeberg viewpoint, which affords panoramic vistas over the Langebaan lagoon and cycle through the stunning park, with white sand beaches and shimmering coves leading into deep blue ocean. The bird life is spectacular with flamingos, pelicans, osprey, sandpipers, and many other wetland species. During spring (August – October), the park bursts into a kaleidoscope of color with fields of flowers and sweet smelling succulents and flora year-round. Mammals include Eland, Red Hartebeest and Caracal in addition to whale and dolphin viewing in season.

You finish your cycle with a well-deserved snack and ice-cold beverage before hopping back into the shuttle vehicle for the return trip to Cape Town. 

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