Alexandria - Cape Town
12.11. to 07.12.2014
A dream car trip.
From the pyramids on the Nile to the Cape of Good Hope on the southern tip of Africa. Spend 5 weeks discovering the many spectacular landscapes and great cultural diversity of the African continent. Desserts, mountains and vast plains; thundering waterfalls, diverse cultures and demanding terrain. 11,000 km of African adventure await you on the famous eastern route, which will require great commitment from every one of the tour participants. A worthy way to start the XWORLD AFRICA adventure.
Cape Town - Windhoek
3.1. to 17.1.2015
Dream routes through the south-west of Africa
A unique and immeasurable wealth of animals and diverse natural landscapes with towering mountains, deep canyons, beautiful beaches, breathtaking desert regions and fantastic expanses of open land. These are just a few of the many amazing things that this XWORLD stage has to offer as it travels along a diverse route to the most beautiful areas of the south-west of South Africa and Namibia.
Windhoek - Windhoek
17.1. to 31.1.2015
Offroad adventure in the little known south of Angola
And suddenly you find yourself in the middle of an adventure – that’s XWORLD. That’s Angola! This stage heads off the beaten track and along deserted sandy beaches and impressive mountain passes, through sheer, endless plains, past the waterfalls in the Tundavala Gap and along the Cunene River. In addition to the unique landscapes, the fascinating people of the Himba tribe and the huge herds of animals are the key draws to this tour stage.
Windhoek - Maun
14.2. bis 28.2.2015
The unique sides of Namibia and Botswana
Vast, endless expanses and paradisiacal wilderness make this XWORLD stage truly unique. Starting in Windhoek the largely all-wheel-drive 4x4 route passes from one highlight
to the next. Key names and phrases like the Kalahari, the Okavango Delta, big five spotting in the Chobe National Park and the Victoria Falls get the imagination racing and fill you with excited anticipation for the trip.
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Maun - Maun
7.3. to 15.3.2015
Camping safari through Botswana
Who hasn’t dreamt of gazing at the stars while enjoying a refreshing drink at sunset and listening to trumpeting elephants and roaring lions?This stage takes us through two fascinating national parks with an abundance of wildlife – the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and the Chobe National Park. We continue through further savannahs along exciting tracks, some of which are only suitable for offroad vehicles, and cross the world’s largest salt pan. With several nights of camping, this XWORLD stage gives you an up close encounter of the breathtaking diversity that Botswana has to offer.
Maun - Johannesburg
21.3 to 4.4.2015
Through the Kalahari
Vast expanses of land, pure tranquillity, red sand dunes and barren semi-arid areas shape the face of this stage. Yet in the heart of this seemingly uninhabitable region we’ll find a broad range of animals, including lions, elephants, springboks, giraffes, hyenas, cheetahs, antelopes, blue wildebeest and many more. Our route takes us through the most stunning areas of the 1.2 million square kilometre Kalahari Desert, along tracks that were still impassable just a few years ago. A truly unique offroad adventure!
Johannesburg - Johannesburg
16.4. to 23.4.2015
Kruger National Park
On this stage, XWORLD participants get up close to Africa’s amazing animal kingdom in the Kruger National Park. Starting in Johannesburg, we head to the continent’s oldest wildlife reserve. As we drive through flat bushland and savannah landscapes and along rivers and other water bodies you can observe elephants, giraffes, lions, rhinos, buffaloes, antelopes, hippos, wildebeest, leopards, hyenas, zebras and many other animals in their natural habitats. A true paradise for both humans and animals.
Johannesburg - Arusha
6.6. to 20.6.2015
Following in the footsteps of
In 1841, the missionary David Livingstone set off to Africa. As the first European to stand at the Victoria Falls, he also navigated the Zambesi River and discovered Lake Malawi. Over the last 170 years, the region has been increasingly developed but there is still plenty to see and discover on the route from Johannesburg past the Victoria Falls and along Lake Malawi and the Massai Steppe to Arusha.
Arusha - Dar es Salaam
18.7. to 1.8.2015
Adventure around Lake Victoria
The East African Rift is not only regarded as the ‘cradle of mankind’ but also as one of Africa’s most beautiful and diverse areas. The route runs along the over 6,000 km rift through the breathtaking and animal-filled steppe landscape of the Serengeti, past the vast expanses of Lakes Victoria and Turkana to the over 5,000 m high Mount Kenya. The journey along the history-steeped Rift Valley on adventurous tracks through diverse landscapes makes this trip simply unforgettable. .
Tripolis - Bremen
20.9. to 18.10.2015
In the 19th century, the first Europeans set out across the Sahara on legendary expeditions. This adventurous XWORLD stage follows in the footsteps of great explorers such as Rohlfs, Barth and Nachtigal, heading along former caravan routes through the middle of the Sahara. Even today, large parts of this desert are visited by very few tourists. Providing the political situation is stable, this trip will be a true adventure for all the explorers among us.