Quad Bike Trails
Located just outside Hazyview on the Panorama Route and only 20 minutes drive from the Kruger National Park, Induna Adventures is one of the biggest Quad Trail operators in the country with more than 40 Quad Bikes in our fleet. We take pride in our unique trails, professional guides and Quality Suzuki Quads. Trails are guided by professional guides and trails follow hand cut quad tracks through indigenous forests and blue gum plantations to spectacular water fall view points.
1 Hour Quad Trail
2 Hour Quad Trail
4 Hour Quad Trail
When the availability is full please phone or email to check availability
ONLINE BOOKINGS CAN ONLY BE MADE 2 DAYS IN ADVANCE
Quad Biking in Pictures
Arriving at Induna Adventure Center you will be introduced to your quad guide. The guide will then give you a briefing on how to operate the quad bike. There-after you will get the opportunity to train on a flat track before you depart for your out ride. Even if you have never been on a quad bike, you will be able to get the hang of it quickly. For those who don’t want to drive their own quad bike can be a passenger behind a competent driver.
Big groups will be split into smaller groups of 5 quads per group, each with their own guide and the guide drive according to the capability of the group.
Children can join the trip as passenger. Don’t forget about the Kiddie Quad Track at the Adventure Center.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to be experienced to go on a 4 Wheeler Trail?
No. No experience is required to go on a four wheeler trail. You will get briefed by the guide and then also go through some training. The guide will only depart on the trip when he is confident that you can handle the quad.
Can I take a camera along?
Yes! The guide takes a bag with a medical kit, juice and snacks along. You can put the camera in his bag and ask him to take pictures.
What clothes do I have to wear?
Closed shoes are the best as you have to change gears with your feat. We supply you with a helmet, so it is not possible to wear a hat or your hear in a high bun. In winter it gets a bit chilli, so a wind breaker is a good idea.