Russian Motorcycle Sidecar Experience including Game Viewing/ Hartbeespoort Dam for 2 (5hrs)
A sidecar tour offers you a unique way to experience the freedom of the road – exploring South Africa on a classic-styled Russian sidecar motorcycle.
This is a stop that the men usually enjoy a lot!
Over a cup of coffee and rusks we tell you more about these amazing rigs.
After mounting our sidecars, we head to Hartbeespoort dam. On the road, keep your eyes on the
aloe covered hills that surround us, as we often see baboons playing close to the road.
We take a quiet and scenic route on the edge of the dam. Zebras, Blesbok and Springbok can be seen grazing on the edge of the water.
Stopping on the Dam Wall, after going through the short tunnel, is a nice surprise. Only motorcycles can stop here and the view is spectacular! Time for some pictures.
Before we carry on we will discuss what stops you have in mind for the rest of the trip. Favourites are; The Chameleon Micro Beer Brewery, Pancake house, Chameleon Arts and Crafts Market, and the Cheese Farm
We will advise you of times you can spend at each chosen stop. Please note that all the stops are time permitting and in accordance with all the clients.
On arrival you will be taken with your sidecars to a spot on the reserve where you will enjoy a champagne picnic.
The picnic include biltong, olives, a selection of cheese, crackers and a selection of nuts and something sweet, for your enjoyment (inclusive of voucher price)
After the picnic we take a game drive trough the reserve, to spot some animals while on the sidecars!
The reserve is small, so seeing animals are guaranteed!
Expect to see Giraffes, Kudu, Blesbok, Springbok, Zebras, Ostrich, Wildebeest, Sable, Rooibok and many more.
After our game drive we will take you back to Serendipity Art Cafe and drop you off safely at your vehicle.
(Please note that the Price is for two people on one sidecar with an driver. A sidecar takes three
persons. Weight of the two passengers must be under 190kg. All tours are with a driver – no self-drive. Tour takes around 5 hours. All drinks, food and entertainment/entrance fees, excluding the Champagne picnic, for your own account).