Holidays to the Garden Route, an area of South Africa’s south coast – further east of Cape Town – involve a great deal of activity. The Garden Route is a mix of the modern with the natural. On the one hand you’ll find stunning golf courses and exquisite boutique shopping malls, while on the other are endless national parks, conservation areas, and scenes of picturesque natural beauty.
In this renowned region of the Western Cape peaceful seclusion is found. Bohemian artist communities lie side-by-side with ancient forests, and fisherman and woodcutter residents brush shoulders with top chefs.
Luxury Holidays in the Garden Route
Garden Route holidays feature accommodations to suit most budgets. Secluded areas give a wonderful degree of privacy, whilst never being too far from the cities such as Cape Town. Everything is easily accessible and surrounded by stunning scenery. At Kenwood Travel we pride ourselves on offering supreme levels of customer service to match our superb list of Garden Route hotels. Give us a call and book your life-changing trip today.
5 Great Reasons to Go on Holiday to the Garden Route:
- Drive the N2 highway and discover hidden alcoves along its way
- Visit Oudtshoorn – ‘ostrich capital of the world’ and a place where elephants regularly cross
- Garden Route National Park – an incredible mix of forest and coast, and fascinating ecosystem.
- Taste wines on a tour of Route 62, including Bramon Wine Farm near Plettenberg Bay
- Cheese making tours, including Silver Lily Cheese Farm
Things to do in the Garden Route
The Garden Route is one of South Africa’s most picturesque regions with plenty to both see and do. The area is blessed with a multitude of characterful towns exhibiting South African culture at its finest.
The Garden Route is where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet and as such the area provides ample opportunity for days at the beach. You can also experience the best of both bodies of water by taking an ocean safari to see the many marine tresures found beneath the waves.
Once known as the Wilderness National Park, Garden Route National Park is another must-see feature of this area. Here, travellers can experience Africa’s wild side via canoeing, hiking, mountain biking and much more besides. A trip to the Garden Route ensures that your holiday in South Africa contains a little bit of everything that makes this nation so great.
Weather in the Garden Route
On holiday in the Garden Route one can expect Mediterranean Maritime-like weather. The winter months are chilly and generally have the highest rainfall in South Africa. Summer, from November to March, generally enjoys fine weather in the region of 24-30 degrees Celsius.
Garden Route Holidays 2017
At Kenwood Travel we have 40 years’ experience in tailoring luxury holidays that suit your budgets. Why not give one of our representative experts a call today and book your holiday to the Garden Route in 2017 for less.