South Africa’s 10 Definitive 4X4 Trails & We Have Just the Car for You

Feb 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.
” To enjoy South Africa’s ten ultimate 4X4 trails, we have  the perfect 4X4 car for you; all you need to do is to visit our site, find the perfect fit and contact us