Tour De Addo
Guided MTB bush experience through the Addo Elephant National Park.
Tour De Addo
Tour de Addo, a unique Mountain Bike event staged in the mighty Addo Elephant National Park, some 1640 km2 in size.
Addo is host to magnificent game life including the Big 7.
The ride which is not a race will see a limited field of 35 riders tackle a 3-day mountain bike experience using our Glamping site, in the heart of the Addo Elephant National Park. Due to the nature of the terrain and the wild life the group is accompanied by armed rangers with a lead and sweep vehicle to ensure safe passage for all.
The Ride is a true social affair with daily distances ranging from 25km to 50km per day. Adding to the social ride are the wonderful tented villages offering luxury tents with comfy bedding, exquisite cuisine, game walks, star spotting, and wonderful talks in the evening by some fascinating characters.
E-Bikes are more than welcome and there will be capacity to move batteries on the ride and charge bikes in the evenings. As we always have a game drive vehicle with us, the option to load your bike up and rest the legs is always available. So don’t let the distances scare you, anybody can make it as we have plenty of support following the group at all times.
Early Bird Deal Now Open!
Early Bird entries are now open and you can enter at the 2023 price of R12,950 for Best of Darlington Dam.
The Early Bird special is limited to the first 15 riders, and only valid between 18 September – 18 October 2023.
Early Bird Deal Ends
For 2024 we have a range of tours available on different dates. Each tour makes use of our glamping village and affords participants the opportunity to camp out in luxury, from inside the Addo Elephant National Park.
We have a range of extras available from E-Bike rentals to No-Hassle packages, click here to learn more.
Best of Darlington
Trip 1 | 3 – 6 April 2024
- 3 nights
- 3 days of mountain biking
- Average of 800ms climbing and 41kms per day of riding.
Tour De Addo is more than just a ride amongst the Big 5.
Funds raised from this event will be donated to the SANParks Honorary Rangers for conservation projects in the Addo Elephant National Park. The SANParks Honorary Rangers is a group of passionate and unpaid volunteers who give freely of their time and skills to foster conservation in South Africa’s national parks. As the official SANParks volunteer organisation, they are a registered public benefit and non-profit organisation with close to 2000 members – all volunteers. To find out more about the SANParks Honorary Rangers please click here to read more.
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(041) 581 5335
156 Villers Road, Walmer