Runcation has put together an exciting mix of activities for UTCT Race Week 2019. To get a sense of what that is all about, watch the video above, or scroll through the slides below. If you would like to find out more about being hosted with us during the 2019 UTCT week, hit the button below and get in touch.


why join runcation for the UTCT travel program?


from arrival to departure, we’ll make sure you get everywhere you need to be.


we’ll show you the route and help you plan your race strategy.


we’ll show you our cape town, table mountain, penguins and more.


we’ll provide a race day seconding service to support you.


it’s a vacation, there will be plenty of time to take it all in.


we’ll be there for you at the finish line.


we’ll plan and book your Big 5 Safari after. A fitting end to your Runcation.

For more on this event, how to enter, have a look at their website:

For any questions about booking your Runcation to this event, hit the button below.
We look forward to hearing from you.

Julie Steele. Australia. Runcation Guest to UTCT 2018. “For logistical ease, we booked a package with a local South African travel agency, Runcation South Africa, which was set up by two passionate trail runners, Luke and Lance, who combine running events with travelling adventures. Apart from standard things like accommodation, the package included all transfers to the race venue (dropped right at the front entrance of the race village like VIPs), a chance to experience the Table Mountain trails prior to the event, as well as sightseeing excursions around Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula.

We had opportunities to meet and mingle with elite runners from the race – and even took a couple of selfies when I finally mustered the courage to ask! Throughout the race, the Runcation media team would interview us at key aid stations, and post the video interviews onto Facebook so people at home could follow our exploits, station by station. Sharing the week with a small group of other Runcation runners from around the world really added to the race experience. “

Photography by: Julie Steele, Xavier Briel, Luke Powers