Cycle the Indian Ocean coastline whilst spotting wildlife, discover the tropical paradise of Zanzibar, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Zanzibar and much more...
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A once-in-a-lifetime challenge taking you to Tanzania, a land rich in history and the home of iconic Mount Kilimanjaro. Breathtaking scenery and spectacular wildlife are yours for the taking on this epic 350km African adventure.
Cycle from the former capital and major port city of Dar es Salaam to the Spice Island of Zanzibar. Explore this island paradise famous for its white beaches and coconut palms surrounded by the turquoise Indian Ocean. If you are looking for an unforgettable experience and a personal challenge, you've found it!
"Great ride well organised... the staff were helpful and always cheerful, providing a very slick professional service. I am very grateful for the memories and the company provide over the course of the event... you wont be disappointed. Thanks guys." Paul Heinson
"Excellent care and attention, great motivation and really nice people. I would highly recommend." Paul Hodgson
"Brilliantly organised. Don't think about it, just do it!" Geoff Grimes
Day 1 Travel
Day 2 Dar es Salem - Bagamoyo
Welcome to Tanzania! We transfer to our hotel in Bagamoyo which is an ancient town and one-time slave port, combining natural beauty with cultural heritage. This afternoon we acclimatise, have bike fitting, meet the local team and learn more about our adventure!
Day 3 Bagamoyo - Kipepeo - cycle 65km
Ride along the sparkling Indian Ocean coastline towards Dar es Salaam for our first real taste of the sights and sounds of Tanzania.
Day 4 Kipepeo - Kasa Beach - cycle 79km
Head for the beach along beautiful palm-lined roads dotted with thatched huts and tropical fruit trees away from the usual tourist trail. We'll see some of the fascinating wildlife that Tanzania has to offer and finish today's ride in a tropical paradise surrounded by palm and cashew trees with a lagoon and beach close by.
Day 5 Kasa Beach - Stone Town, Zanzibar cycle 48km
Another action-packed day over a mixture of dirt and tarmac roads and on a ferry to the Spice Island of Zanzibar where the historic centre Stone Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with labyrinths of alleyways and bustling bazaars.
Day 6 Stone Town - Uroa cycle 103km
Setting off through the lively streets of the old town we soon reach tranquil Zanzibar countryside with lush vegetation, tropical forests, rice paddies and of course the many spices which make this island famous. You may see bush pigs, monkeys, civets, antelopes, – and the rare Zanzibar leopard! We head for the vibrant fishing village of Uroa with its powdery white beach is fringed with coconut palms.
Day 7 Uroa – Nungwi cycle 54km
A spectacular day along the stunning Indian Ocean coastline through traditional villages giving a fascinating insight into local life. The Kiwengwa Pongwe Forest Reserve is en-route with its prolific bird life, wildlife and exotic plants. Amazing sunsets and the most beautiful beach are what Nungwi is renowned for. We celebrate our achievement in a laid-back beach hotel.
Day 8 Nungwi - Free day
Scuba diving, snorkelling, deep sea fishing or relaxing - it's up to you!
Day 9 Travel
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