Victoria Falls to Cape Town 2010, Day 2

Nata to Limpopo. Straight tar road but interesting country side and so different to what we experience here in Australia. Incredibly bad drivers you MUST remain vigil at ALL times. Strangely enough there were loads of speed traps. God only knows how the locals pay fines because they can barely afford to feed themselves…maybe they don’t speed!!!

Accommodation at Limpopo was fine

Saw a dead cow on the side of road being devoured by vultures, just incredible. Accommodation at Limpopo was fine, beer was cold and food excellent.

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“Well what can I say! Africa is a fantastic country to ride through on 1200 GS best bike for the job???? And MotoAventures are the dog’s swingers?? Very well prepared with enough kit for every situation, felt safe and in control as well as riding at times in wild places on your own knowing that the team are always not far away. Some of the places we stayed were awesome with some great food as well. Can recommend MotoAventures - great team especially Su great organiser. Great fun!” – Jonathan UK

Article by Greg Jansen (a MotoAventures client)

Greg is a seasoned adventure motorcyclist with a lifelong passion for all things bike. He’s been lucky enough to turn that passion into a thriving business with the launch of his product ‘HelmetLok’ - the small, portable, keyless security product for crash helmets. With other products on offer as well, and distributors in Australia, the USA, Europe, South Africa and parts of Asia, amazingly Greg and his partner Janice still find time to tour!

Originally published on Greg’s website ‘’, this is Greg’s account of their second trip with us.

In his own words; “…sixteen days of the most spectacular roads through equally spectacular country, each day filled with wonderful surprises. A holiday of a lifetime is really an understatement!

So we approached our second trip with a little trepidation. How the hell are they going to better the last trip? In fact how could it possibly be any better? Here’s a diary of our trip.” …suffice to



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