The Garden Route is located along the South Eastern coast of South Africa, 280 kilometres from Cape Town and stretches from Heidelberg in the West to the Storms River Village and Tsitsikamma Forests on the Eastern Cape Border.
Nestled between the Indian Ocean and the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma Mountain Ranges, the Garden Route offers a diversity of breath- taking ecosystems. Featuring numerous national parks, nature reserves, marine reserves, lakes, lagoons, rivers, wild life, beautiful beaches and little bays, the Garden Route is truly a Garden of Eden’ and is named for its scenic beauty. This Garden of Eden’ forms part of the Cape Floral Region – a World Heritage Site conserving 8 500 species of Fynbos and indigenous vegetation unique to the region.
With convenient and easy access from Cape Town by road, the Garden Route commences with its western gateway In Heidelberg, and meanders along 300 kilometres of N2 coastal highway through the towns of Riversdale, Albertinia, Gouritsmond, Great Brak River, Mossel Bay, George, Wilderness, Sedgefield,Knysna, Plettenberg Bay,
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