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Garden Route Tour

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Garden Route Tour

The Garden Route is a magical place between the Outeniqua Mountains and the Indian Ocean that treats visitors to an exquisite natural display. Beginning along the coastal plain between Mossel Bay and Storms River, this is a longer tour that is well worth taking.

Experience the serene flatlands of Oudtshoorn, where long-standing ostrich farms offer glimpses of the unique animals and one-of-a-kind souvenirs. Then, continue on to the underground maze of the Cango Caves and marvel at the ancient and gigantic stalactites and stalagmites.

Highlights

• Explore ancient rock formations at the Cango Caves
• Take an adventure tours of the only existing show cave in Africa
• Visit Tsitsikamma, South Africa’s most revered indigenous forest
• Sunbathe on Plettenberg Bay’s pristine beaches

Carry on to the heart of the Garden Route, and embrace the spellbinding views of Knysna. This is a must-stop destination for oysters and champagne, and worth taking a break to relax with world-class spa treatments or a day of golf.

Adventure seekers will want to take to the forests of Tsitsikamma or conquer the world’s highest bungee jump, which is found off of the Bloukrans Bridge. With the pristine beaches of Plettenberg Bay and Game Farms also along this way, the Garden Route is a truly idyllic getaway that can be tailored to suit any traveller’s tastes.

Oudtshoorn
Oudtshoorn is a serene and tranquil area of flatlands known as the ostrich capital of the world. It’s home to the world’s largest ostrich population and there are a number of specialised ostrich breeding farms you can visit such as the Safari Show Farm and the Highgate Ostrich Show Farm. Here you can learn more about the spectacular history of Oudtshoorn and pick up hand-painted, carved ostrich eggs and ostrich feathers.

Cango Caves
Marvel at the gigantic stalactites and stalagmites of the exquisite Cango Caves, where early humans lived in the middle and later stone ages. The awe-inspiring caves were discovered in 1780 and contain preserved stone artefacts and other cultural materials. Visitors can tour the extensive system of tunnels and chambers, which cover over four kilometres, or opt to do some crawling through the caves.

Cango Wildlife Ranch
Just outside of Oudtshoorn, the Cango Wildlife Ranch is the oldest and largest cheetah contact centre in the world. The ranch provides visitors with the chance to view and touch a variety of wild animals, including Africa’s spotted cheetah, snakes and the king of the jungle – the lion.

Knysna
Best known as the place to enjoy oysters and champagne, Knysna is the heart of the Garden Route. It is a place of dazzling views, where you can experience indigenous forests, mountains and the tranquil lagoon. Knysna has become a favourite location among local and international travellers who come for relaxing stays featuring impressive golf courses and luxury spas.

Featherbed Nature Reserve
The Feather Bed Reserve is the premier eco-¬experience on the Garden Route. Getting there involves a ferry trip on the Knysna Lagoon. Once you reach the western head a 4×4 takes you up into the reserve, with photo stops at the best viewpoints. A specialist guide is along for the journey, providing insightful facts and information about the history and flora of this protected area.

Tsitsikamma
Tsitsikamma is South Africa’s most revered forest area. The dramatic region sits on a 200m-high plateau and stretches from including fauna and flora found nowhere else in the world, making it the third-largest reserve in the country. the Bloukrans River to the Tsitsikamma River and the Indian Ocean. The region offers a range of activities from hiking to mountain biking, kayaking, tubing, and even the world’s highest bungee jump from the Bloukrans Bridge.

Addo Elephant Park
Addo Elephant Park provides the unique opportunity to encounter the awe-inspiring African elephant in person. Addo is a long-standing conservation effort that today protects over 450 elephants and other wildlife. The park has also expanded to conserve a wide range of biodiversity.

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Garden Route Tour

Carry on to the heart of the Garden Route, and embrace the spellbinding views of Knysna. This is a must-stop destination for oysters and champagne, and worth taking a break to relax with world-class spa treatments or a day of golf.

Adventure seekers will want to take to the forests of Tsitsikamma or conquer the world’s highest bungee jump, which is found off of the Bloukrans Bridge. With the pristine beaches of Plettenberg Bay and Game Farms also along this way, the Garden Route is a truly idyllic getaway that can be tailored to suit any traveller’s tastes.

Oudtshoorn
Oudtshoorn is a serene and tranquil area of flatlands known as the ostrich capital of the world. It’s home to the world’s largest ostrich population and there are a number of specialised ostrich breeding farms you can visit such as the Safari Show Farm and the Highgate Ostrich Show Farm. Here you can learn more about the spectacular history of Oudtshoorn and pick up hand-painted, carved ostrich eggs and ostrich feathers.

Cango Caves
Marvel at the gigantic stalactites and stalagmites of the exquisite Cango Caves, where early humans lived in the middle and later stone ages. The awe-inspiring caves were discovered in 1780 and contain preserved stone artefacts and other cultural materials. Visitors can tour the extensive system of tunnels and chambers, which cover over four kilometres, or opt to do some crawling through the caves.

Cango Wildlife Ranch
Just outside of Oudtshoorn, the Cango Wildlife Ranch is the oldest and largest cheetah contact centre in the world. The ranch provides visitors with the chance to view and touch a variety of wild animals, including Africa’s spotted cheetah, snakes and the king of the jungle – the lion.

Knysna
Best known as the place to enjoy oysters and champagne, Knysna is the heart of the Garden Route. It is a place of dazzling views, where you can experience indigenous forests, mountains and the tranquil lagoon. Knysna has become a favourite location among local and international travellers who come for relaxing stays featuring impressive golf courses and luxury spas.

Featherbed Nature Reserve
The Feather Bed Reserve is the premier eco-¬experience on the Garden Route. Getting there involves a ferry trip on the Knysna Lagoon. Once you reach the western head a 4×4 takes you up into the reserve, with photo stops at the best viewpoints. A specialist guide is along for the journey, providing insightful facts and information about the history and flora of this protected area.

Tsitsikamma
Tsitsikamma is South Africa’s most revered forest area. The dramatic region sits on a 200m-high plateau and stretches from including fauna and flora found nowhere else in the world, making it the third-largest reserve in the country. the Bloukrans River to the Tsitsikamma River and the Indian Ocean. The region offers a range of activities from hiking to mountain biking, kayaking, tubing, and even the world’s highest bungee jump from the Bloukrans Bridge.

Addo Elephant Park
Addo Elephant Park provides the unique opportunity to encounter the awe-inspiring African elephant in person. Addo is a long-standing conservation effort that today protects over 450 elephants and other wildlife. The park has also expanded to conserve a wide range of biodiversity.

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