Stretching along the South-Western Coast of South Africa, the Garden Route gets its name from the great variety of diverse vegetation encountered.
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+ Pick up from accommodation in Cape Town.
+ Travel from Cape Town via Oudtshoorn, experiencing the historic Worcester wine route of Robertson on route Knysna.
+ Situated in the Klein Karoo, Oudtshoorn is considered the ostrich capital of the world, and it is here where the ostrich feather industry grew, as early as 1860.
Lying in the heart of the Breede River Valley, Worcester is well known for its living display museum depicting agricultural practices, from as early as the 1800’s, to award winning wine cellars, including KWV House of Brandy.
+ Visit the Cango caves in Oudtshoorn.
The Cango caves remain one of South Africa’s oldest tourist attractions and are the first to be protected by environmental legislation. Discovered in 1780, the underground attraction situated in a limestone ridge, offers visitors the choice of a Heritage or Adventure tour. Tours are offered in English, Afrikaans, German and French.
Leave for Knysna.
+ Visit the Knysna heads, The Knysna Quays Waterfront and take a boat trip on the lagoon to the sea entrance.
Knysna heads, a famous landmark, composed of sandstone cliffs, is seen separating the Knysna lagoon from the sea. Whether it is leisure, restaurants, jewellery or home ware, The Waterfront, Knysna Quays has something to offer for everyone. A boat trip to where the Knysna heads guard the lagoon entrance, offers breathtaking views with a 360-degree experience.
+ Stay in Knysna with dinner, bed and Breakfast.
+ Leave for Plettenberg Bay.
+ Visit Monkeyland, Birds of Eden and the Elephant Sanctuary in Plettenberg Bay.
Monkeyland is the world’s first ‘free-roaming’ primate sanctuary in which more than 550 primates can be observed. Included in a tour of the sanctuary, one can also enjoy a 128m suspended canopy walk.
Birds of Eden, next to Monkey land, are the world’s largest ‘free-flight’ bird aviary housing more than 280 species, focusing mainly on African Birds.
The elephant sanctuary, home to rescued and rehabilitated elephants, offer interactive elephant experiences, including: Walks with the world’s largest mammal, elephant back rides and safaris.
+ Stay overnight in Plettenberg bay.
+ Visit the Tsitsikamma National Park and storms river mouth the following day.
Declared a National Park in 1964, the Tsitsikamma National Park includes a marine reserve covering over 80km of coastline, becoming the first official Marine National Park in Africa.
It is currently one of the largest single Marine Protected Areas in the world.
+ Drop off at Port Elizabeth hotel.
4 Days 3 Nights from R4600.00p/p