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In the mood for the ultimate African adventure? Ready to hop on your bike and discover one of the most biodiverse and fascinating countries in the world? Then, a motorcycle tour in Botswana is just what you need this year! Ride through the Kalahari Desert of the Okavango Delta. Maybe even pay a visit to the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and go on a short safari. Or just explore the country on your bike and connect with your surroundings. Either way, book your spot on one of our many Botswana motorcycle tours and live life to the fullest!
Motorcycles are convenient, fuel-efficient, and, above all, just plain loads of fun to ride. They are also a great way to tour new locations – putting you at almost ground level, lending a sense of freedom everywhere you go. However, there are many risks involved, which could be part of the attraction for some, but accidents are a big concern for many.
The mundane lifestyle of the bustling towns and cities has compelled most of us to escape this chaos by rushing to the nearest peaceful hill station. And what better way than doing it on two wheels? While some riders form pairs or even a big tour to cover their expeditions, many bikers also like to ride solo for the sheer peace of mind.
Motorcycles have been my ally since I was a 14-year-old kid. I remember the summer of 2010 when just out of sheer curiosity, I asked a milkman to teach me how to ride a motorcycle. I would sneak out with my father’s Suzuki 2 stroke Max 100 bike and go to the milkman’s dairy where he used to teach me how to ride it.
If you think about it critically, the first individual to add a motor to a bicycle must have seemed foolish at the time. With such humble beginnings, no one ever anticipated that motorcycles would turn out to be the monstrous machines that dominate our motorways.