Friday, 01 June 2012

Karoo - Day6 Leg13 - Swartberg animals

Having come down the Ocean side of the Swartberg pass, away from the semi-arid conditions of the other side of the mountain range, one enters this wonderful world of a lusher, greener, apparently more fertile place. Because it is still rather remote, there are many farms but fortunately also a game reserve along the side of the base of the mountain called the Swartberg private reserve, protects what the original environment used to look like.

This is the daily blog from A short series on the Karoo Motorbike tour we took on during September 2011. See the plans for the trip blog here: Planning a 6 day 2500km route through the Karoo maximising dirt
More South and Southern African motor cycle tours and motorbike hire on our list of tour route summaries are available, where we explore these sorts of motorcycle tour routes. Just choose one of our events and reserve yourself a place on one of the future motorcycle adventure safari events.

A giraffe eating to it's hearts content

Wide open area at the base of the mountains

Not being a specialist in different types of buck not sure what this is? Baby Kudu?

It's like this for 100 km - beautiful

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