The incredibly diverse terrain of the Garden Route offers something for everyone.  With mountains and lakes on one side and incredible beaches and the sea on the other, we are proud to suggest we might be one of the most beautiful regions in Southern Africa.  Make sure you visit for long enough to at least scratch the surface of all there is to see and do in the Garden Route.

Along the Coast

Mossel Bay’s Indian Ocean is rich with an abundance of very diverse sea life.  Included are fish, seals, whales, penguins, dolphins and of course, a plentiful supply of Great White Sharks.

Something for the whole family

If you’re looking for a bit of a change, then Diaz Water Park or the Hartenbos Fun Park on the Seafront is guaranteed to provide loads of fun and adventure for the whole family.


The Garden Route has arguably some of the best golf courses in South Africa. With most of them boasting incredible views, golfing enthusiasts are spoilt for choice. 


A day trip over the magnificent Outeniqua mountains moves you away from the lush green landscape of the Garden Route into the semi desert conditions of the  Little Karoo.  Oudtshoorn, the ‘ostrich capital of the world’ has fantastic restaurants and the nearby Cango Wildlife Ranch is a conservation park offering animal petting. Surval Boutique Olive Estate or Buffelsdrift game lodge are well worth a visit.

On your way to Outdshoorn it’s definitely worth stopping at the La Rosa Blu Cafe  to relax  in a vintage style atmosphere whilst enjoying cuisine which ranges from exotic dishes to good old fashioned home-style cooking with a classy twist. Another stop on the Outeniqua Pass which you may have heard about from the locals, is The Roadside Deli – a farm stall serving world-renown Italian styled wood fired pizzas and subs.