Garden Route National Park September 20th, 2017
Garden Route National Park
Along the southern coastline of the Garden Route lies one of the most precious forests of South Africa. Three ecosystems joined together forming the Garden Route National Park. Indigenous forest, diverse fynbos and a medley of land- and seascapes form this magnificent Park.
Managed by South African National Parks, the Garden Route National Park has a variety of accommodation options and interesting activities on offer. The Tsitsikamma section incorporates approximately 80km of rocky coastline and sheltered valleys. The Knysna section includes its lakes whilst the Wilderness section, the Ebb and Flow rest camp and the Serpentine River. The Garden Route National Park includes the world famous Otter Trail - a five day hike along the coast within the Park.