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The Garden Route lies between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, and is one of the first areas that South Africans recommend to visitors. It has stunning cliffs and beaches but also deep forests and lakes. Its permanent holiday pace appeals to artists, golfers, fishermen, surfers and people who love secluded nooks near beach or mountain. Within a...

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Cuningham's Island Guest House

Leisure Isle
6 Bedrooms and 1 Family Unit
Units from R 1,100

On the Garden Route, on picturesque Leisure Island in Knysna, in close proximity to Knysna’s only beach, Cuningham’s Island Guest House offers relaxed beach house living with...


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Cornerway House

Plettenberg Bay
7 Bedrooms and 1 Luxury Self-Catering Suite
PPS from R 870

Cornerway House is an attractive colourful house set in a pretty garden with a swimming pool, a short stroll away from the magnificent golden sands of Robberg Beach in...


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Hide Away Guest House

Knysna
7 Bedrooms
PPS from R 900

Hide-Away Guest House, is a 4 star TGCSA graded B&B, ideally located on the main road into Knysna. The Bed and Breakfast is a 15 minute walk into the centre of town or down to...


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Malvern Manor Country House

Blanco
3 Bedrooms
PPS from R 980
Special Deal

In the foothills of the Outeniqua Mountains in Blanco George on the Garden Route, Malvern Manor Country House is set on a 50-acre country estate, part of a small dairy farm....


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Serendipity

Wilderness
4 Bedrooms
PPS from R 1,120

Serendipity on the Garden Route in Wilderness is in a tranquil setting on the banks of the Touw River estuary which forms part of the Wilderness National Park. Walk to beaches...


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De Doornkraal Historic Country House

Riversdale
14 Rooms
PPS from R 695

De Doornkraal Estate lies in the heart of the rural country town of Riversdale, with farmlands stretching to the banks of the Vette River. Stylishly decorated bedrooms and...


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Roseroc Boutique Guest House

Knysna
4 Bedrooms, 1 Studio and 1 Honeymoon Room
PPS from R 1,075

On the Garden Route in Knysna, Roseroc Boutique Guest House is a gracious home offering warm hospitality and breathtaking views of the Knysna Lagoon and Heads. Relax at the...


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Fairview

The Crags
1 Cottage with 3 Bedrooms and 1 House with 3 Bedrooms, Self-Catering Options

Set on a tranquil 68-acre estate in The Crags, 10 minutes from Plettenberg Bay with spectacular views over the Keurbooms indigenous forest. Fairview is ideal for a family....


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Paradise Cove Country House

Victoria Bay
4 Bedrooms and 1 Suite

Paradise Cove Country House is a private estate set in a scenic nature reserve between Victoria Bay and Wilderness on the Garden Route. Enjoy breathtaking views of 35 km of the...


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Piesang Valley Lodge

Plettenberg Bay
PPS from R 740

In Plettenberg Bay on the Garden Route, Piesang Valley Lodge is set in 15 acres of lush vegetation with views of the ocean and close to beaches, town and borders the...


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Aberni on Sea

Plettenberg Bay
4 Apartments, 1 Luxury Bedroom and 1 Penthouse Apartment, Self-Catering Options

Aberni On Sea is surrounded by fynbos and a short stroll away from beautiful Robberg Beach, in a safe, quiet residential area of Plettenberg Bay on the Garden Route. Modern and...


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Lookout House

Plettenberg Bay
6 Bedroom House - Sleeps 12 to 14 people

You can always be sure that where ever Veronique Susman has weaved some of her décor magic, there’s bound to be a gorgeous home – and Lookout House in Plettenberg Bay is...


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Senate Boutique Guest House

Knysna
7 rooms
Units from R 900

Situated in the heart of Knysna along the beautiful Garden Route, this is certainly no ordinary guest house experience.The owner is passionate about interior design and this...


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Milkwood Bay Villa

The Heads
5 Bedroomed Villa
Units from R 13,070

With the Knysna Lagoon lapping right up to the property and breath-taking views stretching as far as the Outeniqua Mountains, Milkwood Bay is an exclusive self-catering...


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Number Eleven

Knysna
4 Bedroomed Villa
Units from R 10,880

Nestled away on the edge of the Knysna Lagoon at the famous Heads, Number Eleven offers a luxurious, state-of-the-art escape along the beloved Garden Route with direct private...


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African Crags Eco-Lodge

The Crags
Main house sleeping 10 people and a seperate cottage sleeping 4
PPS from R 375

The recently opened African Crags Eco-Lodge rests on an 11ha private nature reserve less than 20 minutes from Plettenberg Bay. With stunning views of The Crags and Formosa...


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Whalesong Hotel & Spa

Plettenberg Bay
24 Rooms
PPS from R 1,110

Surrounded by lush, landscaped gardens in the jewel of the Garden Route, Plettenberg Bay, Whalesong Hotel & Spa offers a wonderful mix of beautiful scenery, understated luxury...


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Exquisite Cottage 20

Knysna
2 Bedroomed Cottage
PPS from R 1,885

Newly renovated and beautifully decorated, Exquisite Cottage 20 is where exceptional comfort meets luxurious décor in the picturesque setting of Belvidere Estate on the banks...


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Eight Bells Mountain Inn

Robinson Pass
25 rooms
PPS from R 885

Situated on a 400 acre estate in the gorgeous Ruiterbos Valley Region at the foot of the Robinson Pass between Mossel Bay and Oudtshoorn, Eight Bells Mountain Inn is a typical...


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Kurland Hotel

Plettenberg Bay
12 Suites

Set amidst emerald green pastures at the foothills of the Outeniqua mountains, and surrounded by paddocks, meadows and immaculate polo fields, lies Kurland, a tranquil estate...


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Garden Route travel guide

The Garden Route lies between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, and is one of the first areas that South Africans recommend to visitors. It has stunning cliffs and beaches but also deep forests and lakes. Its permanent holiday pace appeals to artists, golfers, fishermen, surfers and people who love secluded nooks near beach or mountain. Within a day you can drive on the N2 all the way along the coast. Or you can take a few days, stopping at quirky towns such as Sedgefield, Wilderness, Mossel Bay, Knysna, and Plettenberg Bay. Little hamlets like Brenton-on-Sea offer a quieter break and are still close to towns. Choose one to make your base and do your day trips from there. For a detour inland, you’ll need a couple of extra days. Once you’ve made it over the mountain passes, focus on Oudtshoorn and de Rust, and make sure you see some ostriches and the Cango Caves.

Stunning stops along the coastal roads:

  • Knysna – Gorgeous town on the shores of a lagoon surrounded by mountains with the largest estuary in SA, which is home to lots of unusual species like seahorses. Knysna is known for its annual festivals such as the Pink Loerie and the Knysna Oyster Festival. If you need a reprieve from socialising, visit Leisure Island, take the ferry to Featherbed Nature Reserve, or a boat cruise to the Knysna Heads. At least once, sip a cocktail on an evening cruise of the Knysna lagoon. In winter, you may even have the castles at Noetzie to yourself.
  • Plettenberg Bay – Big, beautiful bay with a seaside town known to locals as South Africa’s own South of France. Plett makes a wonderful seaside base for many daytrips. Watch out for southern right and humpback whales and mingle with the bling crowd in season on the spectacular beaches. Great hiking trails are close by and the town has a lovely craft market.
  • Mossel Bay – half way between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, Mossel Bay makes an excellent base in the Garden Route. This pretty harbour town has some stunning beaches and is big enough and historical enough that there is plenty going on. The popular Oyster Catcher hiking trail starts in Mossel Bay, and there are loads of adventure and water sports on offer. A boat trip to Seal Island offers some exciting whale watching. You can tour prehistoric caves and Khoisan rock art as well as see a life-sized replica of the ship in which Portuguese explorer Bartholomeu Dias sailed into Mossel Bay back in 1488.
  • The Garden Route National Park - joins the Tsitsikamma and Wilderness National Parks. Take a canopy tree tour through ancient forests, follow the dolphin and otter trail or paddle your own canoe along a peaceful waterway.
  • The Crags, Harkerville and Nature’s Valley – Child and adult animal lovers will delight in the sanctuaries here, where they can bond with a baby elephant, gaze at monkeys swinging in treetops and marvel at the astounding colours at Birds of Eden, the largest free-flight aviary in the world.

Heading inland:

  • Outeniqua Mountains – You can take a day trip from the coast to go mountain biking, hiking and horse riding in the scenic Outeniqua Mountains.
  • Oudtshoorn – Lying slightly out of the Garden Route, this is a short detour well worth taking if you’ve never seen a real live ostrich or the famed Cango Caves. Plant fans, be aware that three different biomes come together here – fynbos, cape Thicket and succulent Karoo. Hike the Swartberg Mountains, go abseiling or quadbiking. Dive with crocodiles, meet a meerkat or cheetah, or discover the incredible story of the ostrich feather industry in Oudtshoorn’s CP Nel Museum.

If sport is your thing:

  • Storms River – Go black water tubing or steel yourself for the world’s highest bungee jump at Bloukrans.
  • George - You’ve entered Africa’s golf capital. Enjoy ultimate golfing at courses such as Kingswood Golf Estate, Fancourt Golf Estate and George Golf Club. George is also centrally positioned for heading even further inland while still taking day trips to the coast.
  • Sedgefield, Wilderness and Victoria Bay – Take your board on the epic waves, then relax on the picturesque beaches.
  • Jeffrey’s Bay - A short drive from Storms River into the Eastern Cape takes you to the international surfing headquarters of J-Bay, bringing together surfers of all levels.