Indigenous Forests & Golden Beaches
Garden Route

The Garden Route is the name given to a stunningly beautiful 150-mile stretch of the southeastern coast of South Africa, from Mossel Bay in the west to Storms River and the Tsitsikamma Forest in the east. Sandwiched between majestic mountains and the Indian Ocean, it is rich in natural beauty with indigenous forests, fynbos-covered peaks, golden beaches and pristine lagoons. From Cape Town to Mossel Bay is a drive of almost 400 kilometres and will take around five hours. Alternatively, it’s possible to fly to nearby George and rent a car from there.