Tours in Garden Route

South Africa’s Garden Route is holiday perfect: long sandy beaches, magnificent forests, lagoons, rivers and a million things to do. Although the official start of the Garden Route is Mossel Bay, you know you’ve arrived somewhere really  special when you round the coastal pass down to the small seaside town of Wilderness. Here your views stretch out over the warm Indian Ocean and a broad sweep of beach. Nearby Knysna is a favourite amongst families, honeymooners and nature enthusiasts. At the centre of the town is a peaceful lagoon, and in the surrounding forest red-winged Knysna loeries flit amongst the tree  branches. If you prefer the sand between their toes, pick nearby Plettenberg Bay. Plett (as its known to the locals)  offers endless stretches of sand – and a great selection of accommodation too. Getting to the Garden Route is easy: drive from Cape Town straight along the N2 national highway, or inland along the incredibly scenic Route 62.

Golf, Wine & Safari Experience

In just under 2 weeks you’ll experience the best of Cape Town, the magnificent Cape Winelands, beach-lined Garden Route and a wildlife safari at a private reserve. As for the golf, we’ve included 6 rounds at top courses including South Africa’s #1 course, The Links at Fancourt.

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Southern Africa Dream

Fist time visiting Africa? This itinerary has it all: Cape Town, the Cape Winelands, beautiful Garden Route and a luxurious Big 5 safari in the Sabi Sands. Then it’s on to Victoria Falls, rounded off with a few days in Botswana’s Okavango Delta.

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Exploring the Garden Route: Self-Drive Journey

Be seduced by the 300-km scenic Garden Route in South Africa, which is famous for its incredible coastal vistas and natural beauty. The Garden Route features a range of wildlife, outdoor activities, mountains, excellent beaches and quaint towns. On your 17-day self-drive, you’ll discover: Cape Town, Cape Winelands, Swellendam, Oudtshoorn, Plettenberg…

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