Accommodations

Johannesburg

While the apparent absence of scenery makes Jo’burg a less popular tourist destination than Cape Town or the Kruger Park, it has more than enough to keep even the most demanding traveller occupied.

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Mosselbay

Some folks come to Mossel Bay for the beaches, some come for the wildlife, while others come for the history. But everyone stays for its laidback outlook on life.

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George

Nestling at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains, George finds itself at the centre of the Cape Garden Route.

 

Situated approximately 430 kilometres out of Cape Town, George is widely regarded as the hub of the Southern Cape Region, and an ideal base from which to explore the Southern Cape and Little Karoo. 

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Wilderness

Here's our list of things to do if you're on holiday in Wilderness:

Visit the Wilderness National Park. Aside from hiking trails, visitors can also go canoeing, mountain biking, abseiling, fishing, birding and paragliding. The Wilderness National park has five one-day hiking trails, varying in length and duration. The shortest is the Woodville Forest Walk which is 3km long and takes about 30 min, while the Pied Kingfisher is the longest at 10 -11km and takes about 4 hours to complete.

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Sedgefield

Sedgefield is renowned for the award winning Wild Oats Community Farmers`Market every Saturday, so why not start your day, with the farmers and local product owners and experience the vibe & the unique people. Get the best breakfast in town while you catch up on the local gossip.

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Knysna

Knysna is situated between lush forests and the shores of a peaceful estuary and offers many activities and attractions to a wide variety of people.

 

Knysna is one of the Garden Route's best known travel destinations and was named one of the Top 100 Destinations in the World in the TripAdvisor 2008 Travellers’ Choice Destinations Awards. 

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Plettenburg Bay

A scenic hour’s drive from George Airport and two hours from Port Elizabeth Airport, Plettenberg Bay and environs stretch from Harkerville through to Nature's Valley and Storms River, some 80km along the N2 highway.

Originally christened “Bahia  Formosa” (beautiful bay) by early Portuguese explorers, Plettenberg Bay offers the visitor miles of sweeping, unspoiled beaches, a dramatic rocky peninsula, intriguing lagoons and estuaries, towering indigenous forests and unpolluted rivers and ocean. 

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Durban

There is a place in South Africa where even the cold fronts turn out to be not that cold. Durban is the quintessential holiday city, warm in summer and lovely in winter. In short the perfect place for a holiday. Known for its remarkable beaches and Indian food, it’s a city that has so much to offer the visitor who is open to new memories. 

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Cape Town

Catch a cable car up Table Mountain...

...then abseil back down, if you fancy following a rope 112 metres down Table Mountain. The less adventurous can catch the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway up... and back down. The ride will give you a bird’s eye view of the City Bowl. The summit can also be reached on foot through a multitude of beautiful albeit exhausting, trails.

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