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Southern Africa is renowned for having some of the best Dualsport Routes on the planet.
Southern Africa and surrounding countries have several Hundred Thousand kilometers of gravel roads, 480 000km to be exact, and perfect for Adventure Motorcycling across all skill levels. Dualsportafrica is constantly in the process of scouting and publishing new biking routes for all to enjoy. We cannot of course verify all the routes in Southern Africa, cause there are far too many, but over the last 4 years we have discovered and published over 24 on this site. 
We have a massive vault of routes and tracks, and with each update we will keep adding the new routes.

Southern Africa is renowned for having some of the best Dualsport Routes on the planet.
Southern Africa and surrounding countries have several Hundred Thousand kilometers of gravel roads, 480 000km to be exact, and perfect for Adventure Motorcycling across all skill levels. Dualsportafrica is constantly in the process of scouting and publishing new biking routes for all to enjoy. We cannot of course verify all the routes in Southern Africa, cause there are far too many, but over the last 4 years we have discovered and published over 24 on this site. 
We have a massive vault of routes and tracks, and with each update we will keep adding the new routes.

If you take any activity and push it to the wildest edge, you create magic.

If you take any activity and push it to the wildest edge, you create magic.

If you take any activity and push it to the wildest edge, you create magic.

2013

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Spitzkoppe Namibia on our Kaokoland Tour 2011

Wilddog Member - KTM Chris

Even though the picture is about 13 years old - made without an old camera and not in the best quality - it is still one of my favourites:
My first holiday on a motorbike took me and two friends to Scotland. Whenever I look at the picture, I can feel the emptiness and beauty of this piece of earth. Even though there is a fence as a sign of "civilisation", it runs into eternity...
Up to this day, I still have this feeling and I am looking forward to riding there something again.

This photo was taken during our recent 2013 trip to Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe.  This was on our way to our friends farm in the Kalahari, Namibia on the D503 road.  Their farm is situated 20km further down this road. 

Wilddog member - Horizon Seeker

Wilddog Member - Dusty Rusty
Nismark riding off into the sunset

Taken with my  blackberry just after arriving at Verneukpan.  This was my first big trip, doing  1764 km over 5 day's with my Suzuki Djebel 250 XC.

I experienced different emotions.  From an sense of achievement after battling the last 20 km with a hand that was so tired that I could not pull the clutch lever anymore, to be in awe with the quietness and nothingness of the pan.  All that you could hear was your own breathing, not even a mosquito or cricket was to be found!

Life is truly beautiful! 

Wilddog Member - Bom-Bastic
Namib Naukluft Park

Wilddog Member - Zonkelnut

Wilddog Member - Zonkelnut
Pick one. Maybe I win a bag

Wilddog Member - RupNiebuhr
Arriving at Lephepe, on a +- 5500km Trip...Good times

Wilddog Member - roxenz
Some pics from a Northern Cape trip last year.  Just absolutely stunning scenery which swallows you up and makes your soul soar.

Wilddog Member - roxenz
Some pics from a Northern Cape trip last year.  Just absolutely stunning scenery which swallows you up and makes your soul soar.

Wilddog Member - roxenz
Some pics from a Northern Cape trip last year.  Just absolutely stunning scenery which swallows you up and makes your soul soar.

Wilddog Member - roxenz
The Wonky Bar, Lake Malawi.  Friendly people, cold beer, crystal clear water and beach volley ball with a Frisbee.  Lazy hours of slow conversation with special people in my life.

Wilddog Member - roxenz
On a sandy road in Mozambique - endless days of nothing to worry about other than where's the next shebeen.

Missing this .............

Namakwaland, June 2013

Wilddog User: Allegro -
Horseshoe bend Nambwa - Caprivi - Namibia

Wilddog User: Fuzzy Muzzy -
Yes those are my legs in the air.. White River rafting down the Zambezi

Wilddog User: garye -
2009 Rode down Bastervoetpad after the floods.
The KTM  "fried " its rear brakes but after 1/2hr relax , we continued.
The best day of adv riding i've ever had

Wilddog member: Buff -  Mazeppa Bay while on holiday in Dec

Wilddog member: Dwerg - One of my favourites. Taken in Lesotho while hiking to the falls near Semongkong

Wilddog member: chickenbadger - Somewhere in Namibia, cooked a tbone on a flat rock on the side of the road, not a light in sight, let alone a car. This was on the way back from Kenya to Cape Town

Wilddog Member: Wayne Duck - Into the eye of the storm... This photo was taken in the Free State, March 2013

Wilddog member: Justin

Wilddog Member - roxenz Shipwreck at Cannon Rocks 2008.  It reminds of the rare pleasure of an early morning stroll on a deserted beach...

Wilddog user: cloudgazer - One of my fav pics cause: it has my bike, the top of Sani and ice in it.

Wilddog Member: Offshore - This Picture was taken between Beaufort West and Prince Albert. The Serenity of this place was overwhelming.

Wilddog Member: JVR - Koepel....Parys

This was taken by Michelle, while crossing a river in the Wolkberg... what made this exciting was that no one one the trip know what the Wolkberg Pass had installed for us. . . .

We travelled from PTA to Magoebas, of course some dirt road riding, and just after Marble Hall we stopped next to the road at that cement tafel & stoeltjies for a worsbraai, e lekker middag ete langs die pad!! From Magoebas the next day to Levubu for lunch at the NG Kerk Levubu, and from there to Tshipese. And from there we had outrides in the area... indeed a moerse lekker trip!!!

In 2011 I did a solo trip to Vic Falls and came back via Makgadikgadi Pans and camped at Kubu Island. It was end of April so still a bit wet so I was the only camper there that evening. Walked around admiring the baobab trees and collected some branches to make a fire. Watched it get dark and the stars come out before going to sleep. Arose to a beautiful sunrise the next morning. Awesome.

On our recent trip through the Western & Northern Cape, we knew that we were truly riding in God's country.
The beauty and expanse of SA is mind blowing and we're making changes to our lives to reflect this.

Our camera worked overtime with gorgeous landscapes, dry expanses covered in Quiver trees... animals all over the place... we could not get enough!
Eventually coming via Beaufort West - we decided to visit the Karoo National Park (in fact we stayed over in Beaufort so we could visit the Park twice) .. and we were astounded at the amount of animals and again the big majestic mountains - especially the Klipspringer Pass.

While riding on the dirt road (in the little Charade) ...... staring at a group of Zebra's .... this irritating little insect landed on the windscreen....... just as I was about to give him the "boot" with the wiper... something in my mind stopped me and I pulled over on the side of the road..... my wife instantly asking "what's wrong... what did you see..."  

Suddenly it all became crystal clear..... this little chap on the windscreen did it....  I told her "it's not the big things in life that matter - it's the little things that we always ignore and miss...."

The camera captured our little friend who had a profound impact on me at that time.... and the revelation was instrumental in allowing us to make the decision to move back to SA!

might not be an award-winning pic - but hell - it's a major one for us!  

Lesotho Sneeu 2012: Dit moes n eendag in&uit trip gewees het om komberse & Bybels uit te deel, toe sneeu ons in & moes oornag in Halejone by die Umbrella Gastehuis.

After a spectacular day of game viewing in the Kruger Park we were headed for the gate trying to beat the curfew. However, Africa hadn't stopped giving, and this sunset crowned off our day in spectacular fashion. The foresight our fathers had in setting this piece of paradise aside for us and our childrens' children cannot be underestimated. Long live the Kruger!!

Wilddog Member: Heimer - Late afternoon at Wolwedans in Namibia. A place of wide open spaces, warm red sand and extreme peace.

We were told we were the first bikers to come visit there...

I took this pic while traveling on the road to Gamkapoort Dam.

Took this photo in Cape Town on a Road trip. What strikes me is that if you are prepared to look, beauty is found everywhere, even in a Big City.

With the icy inland chill to warm your heart, the scent of slate-dusted succulents to make your mouth water and screamingly silent vastness to constrict vida back into the veins- Man, I love the Tankwa Karoo!!!

5000km in 11days

A photo taken when I went to visit my wife in Sweden while she was working there for a few months.

2012

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