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  • Garden Route

    Monkeyland

    Everyone with a spirit of adventure and a fun-loving, mischievous nature is bound to enjoy a trip to Monkeyland. This primate sanctuary is the perfect place to get in touch with these intelligent and playful creatures. Monkeyland is home to a variety of different monkey species and it serves not only to house these animals but to educate the public about their plight. So whether you are ...

  • Parks

    Tsitsikamma National Park

    At the heart of the famous and beautiful Garden Route, you will find the Tsitsikamma National Park. Found in the Western Cape region of South Africa, the park combines spectacular rocky coastline with awesome mountainous terrain, secluded and picturesque valleys and deep river gorges. The word ‘tsitsikamma’ is Khoisan for ‘place of much water’ and a more appropriate name could not have been ...

  • Hiking Trails

    Outeniqua Trail

    The Outeniqua Hiking Trail winds its way along South Africa's famous Garden Route, through ancient indigenous forests with towering tree ferns and delicate montane fynbos. Hikers never fail to be impressed with the sweeping views of the coastline and the magnificent mountain scenery. Relics of the gold rush found near Millwood add a historic angle to the journey, while bird and animal life ...

  • Golf Courses

    George

    Located along the renowned Garden Route, a few kilometers west of the town of George, the George Golf Club boasts a beautifully manicured 72 par, 18-hole golf course which is enjoyed by locals and holidaymakers alike. With the majestic Outeniqua Mountains as a backdrop and surrounded by trees, the George Golf Course offers golfers an enjoyable game in spectacular surroundings.

  • Western Cape

    Garden Route

    The beautiful Garden Route stretches from Mossel Bay through to the Storms River mouth. This 200 kilometer route takes travelers through a series of picturesque towns and villages, each with their own unique character and attractions. Certainly, anyone who has explored the Garden Route soon comes to understand why it is considered by many to be South Africa’s “Garden of Eden”.