South Africa’s 10 Definitive 4X4 Trails & We Have Just the Car for YouSouth Africa's Ultimate list of 4x4 Trails
- February 25, 2018
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Here is a list of South Africa’s Ultimate 4X4 Trails:
Nothing beats a breath-taking experience in your favourite 4×4 – as a matter of facts there is nothing that can match exploring some of South Africa’s wonderful landscapes while tackling an off-road challenge at the same time. South Africa’s ten definitive 4X4 trails provides a brilliant marriage of scenery and a test of your off-roading skills and capabilities.
If it’s a 4X4 you would love to own, we have just the car for you. We are able to offer a wide variety that will please the fussiest car enthusiast:
- De Wildt – North West Province – where skill is a prerequisite as some have rolled vehicles in the past. Once you are out on the trail keep a look out for animals such as zebra, kudu, impala and more. The trail is broken into two viewpoints where you can stop, stretch your legs and take in the scenery.
- Hennops Off-road Trail – Gauteng – due to the fact that the trail is a mere 30 minutes from Fourways and Pretoria makes is a most popular off-roading spot. The trail is brilliant for testing both you and your 4X4 off-road vehicle. For those wanting to stay over there is a basic bungalow at Hadeda Camp which sleeps 12.
- Klein Tafelberg – Western Cape – is named after the twin peaks near the entrance onto the trail and is a popular getaway for nature enthusiasts.
- Berakah Adventures – North West Province – is set in the hills surrounding the lovely town of Parys, making this a wonderful day out into the country to get away from it all.
- Matroosberg 4 X 4 Trail – Western Cape – this trail gives you the best opportunity to see the snow in the Western Cape during the winter months.
- Moegatle 4 X 4 Trails – North West Province – head to Moegatle near Brits where only the most skilled of trail-blazers will be able to tackle this track.
- Namaqua Eco-Trail – Northern Cape – the trail traces the Orange River from the little town of Pella, home to a big yellow church to where it flows into the icy cold Atlantic Ocean.
- Sani-Pass – Kwazulu-Natal – everyone is familiar with the Sani Pass which is a busy thoroughfare especially when it snows.
- Slagboom – Eastern Cape – this trail is situated on a working farm within the Addo Elephant National Park in the foothills of the Zuurberg Mountains and is a perfect drive using a double cab bakkie, Land Rover or Nissan X- Trail – browse through our site to find out which 4X4 you can use on this trail.
- West Coast 4X4 Trail – Western Cape – the trail takes you along a road that is often dense with sand and follows the coast.