Namibia Fly ‘n Ride Desert Adventure

Available at any time upon request

"hauntingly expansive scenery"

This Fly 'n Ride option takes in some of the best motorcycling that Namibia has to offer and has been designed for those of you who would like to experience Namibia but don't have lots of time available.

For those with time contstraints

You fly into Windhoek and check into your lodgings for the night and your bikes will be ready and waiting for you to start your Namibia adventure.

The tour starts with a beautiful scenic gravel road which takes us to Sossusvlei. A visit to Deadvlei should not be missed.

We then leave and head for Swakopmund through some hauntingly expansive scenery.

The next day in Swakopmund is a free day for you to explore this seaside town. For those who would like to take a ride up the coastal salt road to the Cape Cross seal colony, this option is available. For others sand boarding or riding a quad in the dunes may be just what you’re looking for.

Damaraland and its eerie moonscape surroundings as well as rocky granite outcrops is next for us to visit.

The final day's riding takes us into Windhoek, where we round off this great trip with a sumptuous supper at Joe's Beer House.

Total distance: 1300km

Predominantly gravel route

Pillion friendly route

Opportunities to Enjoy

  • Twyfelfontein Rock paintings, Petrified Forest
  • Swakopmund, Dune boarding, Living Desert tour, Quad rides in the dunes, Shark fishing
  • Sossusvlei, Dune 45
  • Deadvlei


Prices are catered to your personal preferences.

Included in tour price:

  • Motorcycle transport from Johannesburg to Windhoek and back
  • Motorcycle Guide
  • Support vehicle
  • Accommodation on a sharing basis
  • Breakfast daily

Excluded from tour price:

  • Airfare
  • Fuel
  • Motorcycle rental
  • Excursions and Activities
  • Meals not specified
  • Beverages

Motorcycle rental

See rentals page for motorcycle options available to you.

Important Information

Motorbike beside the ocean while the sun is setting.Three motorbikes standing in a row with the two front drivers beside them and the other driver on his motorbike.
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