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Yesterday we travelled with the Sani Pass Tours up the rocky rough road of the Sani Pass. The drive was hair-raising at times but the view of the snow-covered Twelve Apostles was breathtaking. Our driver/guide, Martin, was an expert at handling the road and took...More
The 8 kms between the boarder posts was a rough track with hairpin bends and rocky road, A great experience. Views of the snow covered mountains and gourges was breathtaking. The driver/guide was very experienced and his knowledge of the fauma and flora was excellent....More
We were thrilled to travel up Sani Pass this past week end - once the weather opened up - and thankfully it did! The pass is spectacular - a bit spoiled (in our opinion) with the road works currently taking place as we feel by...More
Transport is by 4WD up a REALLY rough track. In the best seats you will be thrown everywhere but I do NOT recommend sitting in the backseat as you have no legroom so have to sit sideways, so endure such an uncomfortable ride it's almost...More
I have been up Sani a few years back and the drive between border posts was not that bad. I drove up again in September 2018 and it took long. The road to the border post is getting ready to be tarred. It is very...More
Sani Pass is a beautiful setting. The beauty and mountains are exceptional. Enjoyed seeing the village life and the stuff they make. Loved observing the nomadic life in the villages. Enjoyed the highest pub in Africa.
We loved the drive, but the first part where they are starting to prepare the road for tarring, held us back and it also disappointed me, having been up before in an unspoilt way.
After the South African boarder stop, we fortunately left the construction...More
Don't forget your passport. Quite a difficult walk but manageable with rest stops. Most beautiful in winter. See frozen streams and misty conditions when u get to the top. Lovely feel when snow hits your face. Driving up with 4x4 is fun but walking is...More
The drive up to Sani Pass takes 2.5 hours and can only be done in a 4x4.
The views are spectacular and it is certainly worth doing.
We passed shepherds herding their sheep down from Lesotho to the SA border.
Wind chill at the top...More