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  • Western Cape


    The majestic Outeniqua Mountains stand guard over one of the most picturesque cities in South Africa. Along with breathtaking forests, the sparkling waters of the Indian Ocean and the laid back city of George, the Outeniqua Mountains complete a picture of beauty and adventure. As one of the oldest cities in South Africa, George is historically significant. Located almost halfway between Port ...

  • Health Spa


    The well-known and well-traveled scenic Garden Route is enjoyed and loved by many who have travelled to see the nature beauty of the surroundings that are along the way. There are so many stop offs and towns to go in and view that one can get quite caught up. Stop for a moment and write down the Nendala Wellness Spa because of all your stops this is the most important one that you will want ...

  • Airports

    George Airport

    Located halfway between Port Elizabeth and Cape Town, the picturesque town of George lies in the heart of the scenic Garden Route. With its awe-inspiring mountains, pristine beaches and dense forests, the Garden Route is a major attraction, being visited by hundreds of thousands of domestic and international tourists. George Airport serves many of these visitors who choose to fly directly to ...

  • Golf Courses


    Considered by many to be South Africa’s golfing capital, Fancourt Hotel & Country Club Golf Estate features a series of golf courses on a picturesque estate. The estate originally started life as a simple farming estate which soon became the winter retreat of a wealthy Englishman. The property switched hands repeatedly after the original owners death until the opportunity to develop it as a ...

  • 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”.