The Garden Route is synonymous with outdoor activities, in particular nature walks and hiking. While most guests to the region automatically plan for a forest hike in one of the famed Outeniqua, Knysna or Titstikamma Forests, few first time visitors realize that there are some amazing coastal trails to explore. Stretching along the coastal plain south of the formidable Outeniqua and Titsikamma mountain ranges and … Continue reading 4 Must do Coastal Day Walks in the Garden Route
When you are looking for a swimming location away from the regular beaches, these 5 swimming locations will have you exploring new section of the Garden Route Continue reading Top 5 unique swimming spots in the Garden Route
Hiking through the Garden Route offers a diversity of unconventional wildlife encounters in the forest, dunes and on the beach. Continue reading Unconventional wildlife encounters in the Garden Route.
Wildlife enthusiasts looking for a nocturnal nature tour have the option of participating in the Moonlight Meander, a night tour exploring intertidal rock pools, is a wonderful ecological adventure by torchlight. Continue reading Moonlight Meander – a night time wildlife safari in the Garden Route.
If you are looking for the ideal travel camera you can’t beat a GoPro. In addition to its action camera abilities, it provides superb landscape, nature studies and candid camera photography. Continue reading GoPro – a travel camera offering diverse capabilities.
Though the impact of the recent El Nino effect was subtle in the Garden Route, careful observation demonstrates how marine life and the intertidal zone was influenced. Continue reading Casual observations of El Nino in the Garden Route.
The South African coastline harbours abundant archeological evidence of human activity and marine utilization by our ancestors. Visiting the late stone age fish traps near Oysterbay is an insight of how transient our history and how dependent we are on nature. Continue reading Oysterbay historical fish traps