wildlife tours in South Africa

 

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Knysna Turaco

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Amakhala Lodge

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HIGHLIGHTS

The most approachable herd of elephants in Africa
Unique coastal scrub and vast tracts of pristine indigenous forest
Rugged coastal scenery and geologically spectacular examples of the Cape Folded Mountains
Best area to view the last remaining giant Yellow wood trees
Superb golf courses and swimming/surfing beaches
Centre of the oyster cultivating industry

BEST TIME OF THE YEAR

All year round with a summer peak to coincide with warm water conditions and high ambient temperatures making for superb beach weather along the Garden Route.

BUDGET

Accommodation options are many and range from self-catering through B&B to upmarket coastal hotels, as well as self-catering chalets in the Addo Elephant Reserve and the Tsitsikamma coastal park.

GETTING THERE

Several commercial flights service the Garden Route on a daily basis. George and Port Elizabeth are the main domestic airports. Overland travel heading either way between Port Elizabeth and Cape Town along the N2 highway.

THINGS TO DO

Game viewing within the greater Addo biosphere where elephant, rhino, buffalo and lion now occur.

Birding the Cape Recife and coastal forests along the Garden Route, as well as the Lake District near Wilderness.

Scuba diving, surfing and golf.

Mountain biking and exploring the remaining indigenous forests.

Hiking along the Outeniqua Mountain range and globally acclaimed Otter Trail.

WHERE TO STAY

A considerable number of graded accommodation establishments exist. Choice is a matter of personal preference and affordability.


 



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