The Garden Route has a length of 193km extending along the southwest coast of South Africa, passing through Witsand in the West and ending at the mouth of the Tsitsikamma River. The route views are pristine rocky bays, beautiful beaches, primeval forests, lagoons, and even majestic mountains.

Knysna is a destination not to be missed when traveling on the Garden Route. This is a beautiful small town that owns many clear blue beaches with very clean sand. It is ideal for beach activities. Knysna is also an ideal camping spot.

Tsitsikamma National Park located on the Garden Route possesses beautiful natural scenery with a dense system of valleys, seas and mountains. It is suitable for many adventure sports such as kayaking, snorkeling in rock pools, boating, and bungee jumping. Among the games, bungee jumping is the most famous activity at Tsitsikamma. With a height of up to 216m, Bloukrans Bridge located in the Western Cape is the highest bungee jumping coordinate in the world.

Don’t forget to visit the capital of the ostrich, Oudtshoorn. All ostriches here are raised according to the model of living in nature, so they grow very healthy and are not afraid of human contact. Sitting on the backs of huge ostriches is an unforgettable experience.

In addition, Garden Route also offers visitors other interesting stops such as the kingdom of birds – Birds of Eden Wildlife Sanctuary, the bay of sharks – Gansbaai Bay, and Cango Cave with spectacular stalactites.

The natural scenery of the Garden Route quickly changes from one form to another extremely diverse during the journey. At this time, visitors think that they are traveling around the world in just a short time.

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