Garden Route, top on the must-see list of most visitors to South Africa, is never without interesting and breath taking things to do.
It is a 300-kilometer stretch of the south western coast of South Africa and extends from Western cape to the Storm River in the Eastern cape.
Garden Route is loaded with memorable sights, unforgettable experiences and amazing wildlife encounters.
Whatever you choose to do, ranging from surfing, bungee jumping to just relaxing on the beech with a book and lots more. The Garden Route always has a gift for everyone.
It goes almost without saying that, it is a great place to hang out with your family and loved ones without forgetting the experience because of added attractions such as monkey land, Birds of Eden and Canopy Tours in the Tsitsikamma Forest.
The Garden Route which is South Africa’s pride earns its name from its abundant plant life.
It is endowed with an Oceanic climate, with mild to warm summers and mild to cold winters.
According to the Guinness Book of Record, the Garden Route has the mildest climate in South Africa and is the second mildest climate in the world after Hawaii.
Temperature rarely falls below 10°C during winter and rarely climbs beyond 28°C during summer.
Rain is an all year-round phenomenon here, driven by the humid sea-winds from the Indian Ocean rising and dropping their precipitation along the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma mountains.
Worthy of note is the festival that takes place every July.(I know you won’t mind attending one someday…)
The Garden Route is home to and embraces many natural wonders including Congo Caves, the knysna Heads and some majestic mountains.
Along the Garden Route, there are several hiking trails, as well as numerous small towns that offer a lot of attractions.