About the road trip.


There's something truly memorable about road trips - a coming together of multiple experiences, moments and people. From the comfort of the all-new BMW X3, presenters from 947, 702, CapeTalk and Kfm 94.5 made new memories, as they embarked on a road trip to the power of X, with teams driving from Johannesburg to Cape Town and others driving from Cape Town to Johannesburg. As the urban jungle gave way to a thousand shades of grass, mountain, earth and sky, it became the journey of a thousand memories. In their discovery of the sheer multitude of beyond beautiful landscapes, never-seen-before places and warm, welcoming people, they found a new love for South Africa.

More information about the BMW X3 Road Trip coming soon!

Eastern Free State.


Nestled right in the middle of South Africa, the Eastern Free State is dotted with charming little towns each with their own unique appeal, cradled by the majestic Maluti mountain range and flanked by the border into neighbouring Lesotho. A large part of it makes up the Golden Gate National Park, one of South Africa's most expansive and epic landscapes.

Korannaberg.


For anyone seeking the thrill of the outdoors, Korannaberg is a treasure trove of scenic diversity. It’s a mountain biker’s playground, a hiker’s haven, a photographer’s canvas and an enticing challenge to any 4x4 owner with a myriad off-road trails that boast stunning views and immaculate sunsets. Korannaberg is for the adventurer in you.

Graaf Reinet.


A karoo gem, a town rich in history, and the oldest town in the Eastern Cape. It's sandy and flat landscape gives way to the oasis of the Camdeboo National Park. Graaf Reinet is where the Giant Flag is being produced from millions of coloured desert plants. Viewable from space and the size of 66 soccer fields, this living Giant Flag is set to be a natural wonder of the world.

Plettenberg Bay.


A pearl of the popular Garden Route, 'Plett' is a picture-perfect town replete with white sandy beaches overlooked by lush green mountains. It's a coastal treasure renowned for its trendy lifestyle and splendid views. Recently voted South Africa’s Top Beach Destination, the bay is an ideal paradise for whale and dolphin spotting, fine dining and outdoor activities.

Rawsonville.


A stone’s throw away from Worcester, Paarl and Franschoek in the Western Cape, Rawsonville is a tiny wine farming community huddled into the Breede River Valley and surrounded by the majestic Haweqwa and Matroosberg Mountain Ranges. Still slightly rugged and undiscovered, it's the picture-postcard perfect scenery of the Western Cape.

Chapman's Peak.


The mighty Chapman's Peak is a marvel of nature in the Western Cape, standing tall against the Atlantic coastline. It towers between Hout Bay and Noordhoek and is connected by Chapman's Peak drive, a 9-kilometre stretch of road that follows the rocky landscape with stunning views of the ocean and sandy beaches below. It is as thrilling as it is beautiful.