VISIT GARDEN ROUTE

The Garden Route is a 300-kilometre stretch of the South-Western coast of South Africa, from Witsand in the Western Cape to the border of Tsitsikamma Storms River in the Eastern Cape. It has an abundance of wildlife from elephants and ostriches to dolphins and whales. A birdwatchers paradise and home to over 300 bird species. Loads to do and see!

 

Visit George, Oudtshoorn, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Mossel Bay, Tsitsikama… and everything in between. If you are an adrenaline junkie, experience the one of the world’s highest Bungy jumps off Bloukrans Bridge, 216 metres/709 feet above the Bloukrans River, or cage dive with Great White Sharks!

 

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