Motorbike Tour in Africa

Quad-biking in Africa is largely at Bujagali Falls near Jinja in East Africa Uganda, also the place of white water rafting on the River Nile and bungee jumping. It is an all-terrain, rough -tough, 4×4 motorbikes which can be ridden by anyone who understands the difference between an accelerator and a brake – very important skills actually.

For all of the visitor engaged in Quad Biking, you’ll need protective clothes- gloves, helmets and very attractive bright orange overalls – are provided, as are refreshments en-route. For the more experienced, you will find a half day, full day, and overnight quad-bike safaris, for which a tent, lanterns, food and beverage are strapped to the front of the bike. It’s the ideal way to get right into the heart of rural Uganda. Get all the details about Motorbike Tour Africa here.

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There’s absolutely not any need for expertise; most of our customers have never driven an ATV. Free training session before every safari starts, it is a good idea to have a manual while on the Quad safari, that will lead you through existing pathways and tracks, used to minimize environmental effects. Plan your next tour of Africa on Motorcycle Tour South Africa.

Quad bike safari along the banks of the Nile, tourists devotes a few hours exploring the countryside on paths that contribute to a high viewpoint. Now, you can see the bouncing rafts on the river beneath. After the ride, there is time to get a free-for-all on a purpose-built course where you are able to practice your bicycle jumping or 4×4 skills or get some tuition on the craft of motorcycle yen.

The clinic circuit also provides a place for your ‘KIDS QUADS’. These smaller, fully automatic machines are extremely simple to ride and bucket loads of fun. The circuit provides a secure, supervised venue for individuals and groups (e.g. birthdays, college classes, a special treat…). If the kids are too small to ride themselves they could ride with Dad, Mum or our guides on a few of our family trips.

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