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Windhoek Mountain biking Tours 2019/2020

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  • Starts Windhoek, Namibia
  • Ends Windhoek, Namibia

Cycle Namibia

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Amazing country, fabulous campsites, dramatic scenery and great wildlife.
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Windhoek Tour Reviews

5 - Excellent
Based on 9 customer reviews
Cycling Namibia Reviewed Tour: Cycle Namibia
4 - Very Good
“Overall a great trip. You'll see a lot of wildlife, on the road side while cycling and then even more on the safari. And I hadn't appreciated the vastness of Namibia before I went - cycling all morning without a single car passing us really made you appreciate how sparsely populated a country it is. And neither had I appreciated the different forms the desert before... sand, rock, salt etc.”
Bucket List Trip Reviewed Tour: Cycle Namibia
5 - Excellent
“I loved this trip, and seeing, climbing and then flying over the amazing dunes lived up to my expectations. Big bucket list tick for that. And the wildlife round and about, but especially in Etosha (particularly at the camp waterhole) was brilliant. Watching rhino's preliminary mating dance, elephants bathing and a stand off with a pride of lions, from a safe distance while supping red wine, was one of life's great experiences.”
Cycling in Namibia Reviewed Tour: Cycle Namibia
4 - Very Good
“Namibia would not be my number ever travel destination as much of the country is ordinary and the distances between the highlights are too long. That said don't dismiss it. The two things that most fascinated me was the seeming harmony between all the races and tribes, compared with just over the border in South Africa and the maintenance of a significant German influence in both architecture (old and new) and language. And for the latter it is over a 100 years since it was a German colony.”