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.
Birding in the Garden Route during the 2015/2016 summer season was educational and insightful into birding behavior.
If, while in the Garden Route, you are looking for a short relaxing beach walk to explore some rock pools, Gericke’s Point near Sedgefield should be penciled into your itinerary. Ideal for snorkeling, birding and photography, it is a easy 3.2km round trip from the Swartvlei beach parking area.
Robberg Peninsula is a perfect day hike for panoramic coastal vistas in the Garden Route
Mt Zebra National Park offers a balance between game viewing and geological features and is a must for nature lovers looking for remote tranquility.
If you are looking for a remote pristine forest walk in the Garden Route, you will be hard pressed to top the Groeneweide Trail Red Route. This morning, I set out with Jill, a guest from the US, for the 15km walk. After signing the self issue permit, we followed the trail down to the…
Heading in summer in the Garden Route is a perfect time for birding. While it is tempting to use recorded calls to lure birds in, it is important to know which species respond to this technique and which species will be chased away.