Home to some of South Africa’s most iconic coastlines and spectacular flora, the Garden Route is so called for it’s wealth of natural beauty. This world-famed stretch of coastline is a “must-see” part of South Africa.
Numerous lagoons and lakes are dotted along the 200km route with dense forests meeting the Cape’s fynbos kingdom to create a unique blend of life. A fairyland of natural wonders, adventure and tranquil relaxation, the Garden Route is a both a journey, and a destination.
- Scenic coastlines, dramatic mountains and dense vegetation result in dynamic, picturesque destinations with an abundance of things to do and see
- Discover secret coves and explore pristine mountain trails, a nature lover’s paradise
- Gaze over some of the country’s most sensational vistas
Spend time in the towns along the way such as Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, and Wilderness as you explore this exceptional stretch of coast.
The coastal region of the Garden Route provides a stirring study in contrasts. From the lush greenery at the foot of the fertile Outeniqua Mountains to the semi-arid valleys of the Klein Karoo and cooling waters of the Indian Ocean, discover an area teeming with birdlife, natural wonders, and adventure.
This is a nook of the country that inspires writers, chefs, and artists alike, who bring a trendy flavour to the charming towns and villages. The Garden Route seduces the senses and bewitches the imagination.
The forests and stretches of scenic roads inspire long, leisurely drives, the lakes and rivers invite swimmers and fisherman, while the meandering trails are explored by hikers and wanderers.
With ample leisure options, spectacular scenery and a mild climate - an unforgettable holiday experience is guaranteed.View other areas >