South Africa’s treasure is the Garden Road. The Garden Route is a path of coast between the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma Mountains and the Indian Ocean from Mossel Bay to the Storms River mouth.
The Garden Route Adventures list goes on forever and there is no lack of activities on just this 200-kilometer route that takes tourists through beautiful cities, tropical forests, ponds, and rivers.
It is made more adventurous by the mild climate. Emerald trees, green rivers, and freshwater lakes run down to the Indian Ocean. The weather is perfect, the air is healthy, the scenery is beautiful and there is nearly every outdoor activity that you can think of.
The Garden Route is a blend of quaint cities, mountains, national parks, beautiful scenery, beaches, vineyards, adventures, mountains, etc. Someone going through will fall in love with many attractions that they find along the way.
The route’s main road is N2, which is about 750 km long. While the scenic landscapes are sufficient to delight anyone, the Garden Route’s real fascination lies in the breaks that can be made along the way.
Knysna and Plettenberg Bay are two of the most beautiful coastal towns on the road, enchanting for their beauty and tranquility.
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