Safaris for Africa Garden Route Tours
This tour is a must for all wine lovers! The Garden Route Tours offers all who join a sample of noble wines and to explore this exquisite Cape Dutch Estates, and beautiful landscape. The Garden Route Tours is popular right through the year.
The Garden Route Offers Something for Everyone
One of the top scenic drives in South Africa, the Garden Route offers a little bit of everything you need for a family holiday with something for everyone.
Animal lovers will find plenty of attractions along the Garden Route, from elephant-back rides, cheetah encounters, and bird sanctuaries to ostrich farms and whale-watching trips.
A minimum of four days is recommended to tour this 200km stretch of the Garden Route, however with all the diverse attractions, travelers could easily explore this region for weeks.
Cape Town Garden Route Tours have so much to offer:
Travel via the beautiful Cape Wine Route, to the coastal town of Hermanus and on route stop at Betties Bay to see the Colony of endangered African Penguins that reside there.
During whale season which is July to November each year you should be lucky enough to see many Southern Right Whales that visit this beautiful town of Hermanus.
There is lots to do in this lovely area with many restaurants, shops, markets, and beaches.
Also something that you should see along this Cape Town Garden route tour would be View Point at the tip of Africa, considered the true place where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet.
Continue this beautiful tour along Route 62 – the longest wine route meandering through South Africa. Lots of wine tasting to be done here.
The very well know Cango Caves is another big attraction along this Cape Town Garden Route Tour, you will have the opportunity to explore these caves, with all their halls and underground passageways, everything they are famous for!
These caves are in an area called Oudtshoorn which is home to so many ostriches it is known as the ostrich capital of the World!
Outeniqua Mountain Pass wil take you along the coast of the Cape Town Garden Route, here you can really take in all the wildlife there is to offer as well as canoeing through rivers and admiring the spectacular bird life there.
Knysna, a beautiful little town along teh Cape Town Garden Route. Many shops and restaurants are available here as well a beautiful waterfront to enjoy a bite to eat and look around!
Knysna Heads ViewPoint has amazing views over the Knysna River Estuary and Indian Ocean.
Tsitsikamma National Park, has a unique combination as it combines forest, with mountains and Indian Ocean Coastline, lots to do along this part of the Cape Town Garden Route Tours, as you have activities such as swimming, hiking, canopy tours to name a few.
George Farmers’ Market along the Cape Town Garden Route is a great stop over for a lovely breakfast!