Where does the Garden Route stop in South Africa?

The Garden Route is a 300-kilometer-long coastal route that runs around South Africa’s southern coast, starting in Storms River in the Eastern Cape province and ending in Mossel Bay in the Western Cape province.

Which towns are part of Garden Route?

It includes towns such as Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Mossel Bay, Great Brak River, Little Brak River, Wilderness, Sedgefield and Nature’s Valley; with George, the Garden Route’s largest city and main administrative centre.

Does Stilbaai fall in the Garden Route?

Stilbaai is a scenic little coastal town that is on the edge of the Garden Route.

Is Montagu part of the Garden Route?

The scenic road between Cape Town and the Garden Route

Montagu is very popular with overseas visitors. Approximately a 2 hour drive from Cape Town, this peaceful town is steeped in history and is famous for its awe inspiring rock formations, orchards, vineyards, local herbs and healing hot mineral springs.

How long does the Garden Route take?

How long does it take to drive the Garden Route? It’s recommended that you spend between three and 14 days on a self-drive tour.

Is the Garden Route safe?

The Garden Route is a heavily trafficked area by tourists, so it is safe to travel along. … The Garden Route has two simple routes, and the roads are equivalent to European roads, making the drive itself safe.

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