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Best times of my life! The pass is different every single time you do it ...whether on bicycle, motorcylce or 4x4.....and the weather is ALWAYS different.... and the people on the pass nearly always friendly :)
This was definitely the highlight of trip to South Africa to Lesotho. The ride up the path was very bumpy in a 4X4, but the guide was very informative and friendly. The only downside was that on the day I went the weather did not...More
We were in a guided day tour up the pass. Highly informative tour guide, Selby Molefe, with a natural sense of humor. CLimbed up the 4 x 4 vehicle with occasional stops on the way up. Variety of bird species to see along the way....More
We went with Sani Pass Tours in a 4x4 and an excellent guide. The guide was born in the neighberhood and told a lot about the Sani Pass and its. He was an excellent driver.
Magnicifent views on the Drakens berg. No problem to stop...More
The ascent up the Sani Pass to the top was a brilliant experience. It is quite exhilarating due to the hairpin bends and sheer drops. The views make it entirely worth while and are some of the most spectacular to be seen.
Highly recommend undertaking...More
As it was challenging for me to find information on the Sani Pass, I'd like to take the time to give a rundown of what you need to know prior to attempting the pass.
1) You need a 4x4/AWD vehicle with good ground clearance. Although...More
This trip exemplifies adventure travel: off-road 4x4, bumpy, dusty, steep, potentially dangerous in bad weather but with spectacular views climbing up through the Drakensbergs, ending in some heart stopping switch back bends before the prize of reaching the top at nearly 3000m and 3 hours