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Namibia: Enduro adventure. - The Africa Enduro Special Tour

Duration: 9 Tour days
Price: $3,504
participants: from 3 to 6
Level: for advanced

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The Africa Enduro Special Tour

In addition to the dunes and the Gravel-Roads, there are also real cross-country rides in the vastness of Namibia. Hundreds of kilometres in dry riverbeds and real enduro-inserts complete the tour.

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Windhoek - Cape Town with the Enduro on Tour - Motorcycle tour from Namibia to South Africa

Duration: 9 Tour days
Price: $3,730
participants: from 3 to 6
Level: Beginner

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Motorcycle tour from Namibia to South Africa

In Windhoek (Namibia) starts the motorcycle safari across the country to Cape Town in South Africa. Exciting beautiful, technically simple, but a highlight for every enduro rider.

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Namibia Enduro - Best of Namibia

Duration: 9 Tour days
Price: $3,730
participants: from 3 to 6
Level: Beginner

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Best of Namibia

This enduro trip takes place on easy to drive routes to selected sights of Namibia. Driving fun on gravel roads - also for beginners.

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From Kenya to Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt - The Pharaoh Expedition: From the Equator to the Mediterranean Sea

Duration: 17 Tour days
Price: $4,498
participants: from 6
Level: for true adventurers

From Kenya to Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt

The Pharaoh Expedition: From the Equator to the Mediterranean Sea

ne of the toughest stages of the Trans Africa Enduro expedition is this indescribably exciting stage from the equator to the Mediterranean Sea. This enduro expedition leads us over the equator line into the cradle of mankind. Kenya and Ethiopia alone are so overwhelming that there is no reason to travel to the driest region of the Sahara. The Nubian desert is (besides the Algerian Sahara) one of the "geologically and geographically" most exciting regions of the Sahara. We follow the longest river of the world (approx. 6800 km) into the land of the Pharaohs. The Nile was already used by the Pharaohs as a means of transport 5.200 years ago and today serves us as a guideline to the largest and oldest pyramids on earth. The Cheops pyramid will be our last "waypoint" before the Mediterranean Sea, where our motorcycle expedition ends in Alexandria.

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