UPDATED August 16, 2021

BY The TDA Team

IN Tour d'Afrique 2022

1 comment

UPDATED August 16, 2021

BY The TDA Team

IN Tour d'Afrique 2022

1 comment

The 2022 Tour d’Afrique: COVID Edition

 

Over the past few months our team has spent long, long hours studying all the logistical variables that go into the running of the Tour d’Afrique, including COVID health risks, related travel policies in the region, as well as security issues. What we have decided is to run the best possible version of the Tour d’Afrique that we believe we can confidently offer in 2022.

Road to Swellendam, South Africa

The 2022 Tour d’Afrique will still be the trip of a lifetime. For 2022, the journey will begin in Victoria Falls, Zambia and follow our current route to Cape Town, South Africa, before continuing along the famous Garden Route in South Africa, to Port Elizabeth.

Swartberg Pass, South Africa

This new section features some incredible cycling past the dramatic cliffs at the Cape of Good Hope, the iconic Swartberg Pass and some of South Africa’s most beautiful landscapes along the ‘Garden Route’. We have added a few more cycling days into the original Vic Falls to Cape Town portion of the route to help everyone ease into the tour.

Greyton, South Africa

We have also moved the dates of the sections to earlier in the year, with the tour starting in February, to work best with the weather of the region.

2022 Tour d’Afrique details can be found here.

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