Exploring nature in the Garden Route, South Africa, is incredibly rewarding. It does however pose some threats is caution of the elements is not heeded.
Mt Zebra National Park offers a balance between game viewing and geological features and is a must for nature lovers looking for remote tranquility.
Each hike of our five day coastal hike has subtle differences reflecting the dynamic nature of the environment in the Garden Route.
This is a moderate forest walk. Starting from the Ebb and Flow rest camp east of the village of Wilderness in the Garden Route. The trail follows the course of the Touw River to a series of cascades forming two waterfalls and three rock pools amongst large granite boulders. There are two methods of reaching…
The ideal way to explore the natural wonders of the Garden Route is on a guided coastal hike. For sheer diversity you will be challenged to better the itinerary of Garden Route Trail, a guided five day hike between Wilderness and Brenton on Sea.
While touring through the Knysna Forest it is important to see both the wood and the trees. Within the forests are singular marvels which may assist in our endeavour for a sustainable future and our understanding of the essence of biomimicry.
However long you plan to visit the Garden Route, you will always run out of time with the diversity of activities. For nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, a loose itinerary for a week would be and introduction for your future visits.