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Garden Route


GARDEN ROUTE & EASTERN CAPE


The Garden Route and the Eastern Cape provide superb destinations for families and visitors alike. Malaria free and blessed with an enchanting collection of colonial towns, it provides awe inspiring coastlines and some of the best whale watching experiences anywhere in Africa.


THE GARDEN ROUTE From the heart of the Karoo, to the game reserves around Port Elizabeth, the Garden Route is blessed with an incredible diversity of natural charms, and with an outstanding choice of accommodation on offer. Allow 5 nights to discover these serene wonders and to enjoy the delights the hotels have to offer.


KNYSNA Knysna is a natural paradise of lush, indigenous forests, lakes and beaches. The sandstone pinnacles of Knysna Head tower over the treacherous channel providing dramatic views across the lagoon and Featherbed Bay. For a relaxing day, craft shops and delightful cafés beckon with small-town charm and hospitality.


BELVIDERE MANOR, KNYSNA Dating from the mid 19th Century, Belvidere Manor is a fine example of English Georgian architecture and much of its original charm and engaging character is still very much in evidence. Guests are accommodated in 34 Cape-style cottages, individually decorated with a cosy homely feel and open fireplaces.


PLETTENBERG BAY Named ‘Beautiful Bay’ by the early Portuguese explorers, Plettenberg encompasses an area of truly outstanding natural beauty. Renowned for prolific birdlife and its spectacular coastal scenery, its warm sheltered waters also provide a safe nursery for endangered southern right whales.


THE PLETTENBERG, PLETTENBERG BAY Built onto a rocky headland overlooking Plettenberg Bay, this Relais & Chateaux hotel boasts spectacular views of the ocean and mountains. The 33 rooms offer spacious comfort, elegant luxury and, in some cases private balconies. Other facilities include 2 restaurants and a superb wine cellar.


THE MARINE, HERMANUS Perched overlooking the waters of Walker Bay, this exceptional hotel is ideally located to view the annual whale migrations between June and October, its 42 individually appointed rooms and suites offering excellent facilities and commanding views of the Atlantic and the Overberg Mountains.


ANNUAL WHALE MIGRATION, HERMANUS Each year the coastline around Hermanus becomes a magnet for southern right whales, humpbacks and even rare Brydes whales. Between June and October these waters provide some of the best whale watching experiences in the world, as these mighty leviathans breed close to the footpaths that hug the shoreline.


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