Route - South Africa
Glen House is situated under Milkwood, Yellowwood and Stinkwood trees in the peaceful village of Lake Brenton, Knysna, where the Bushbuck and Guinea Fowl abound freely and one can enjoy the bird-life at the Yellowwood Bird Sanctuary. Very safe for children. Consists of four (4) s ...
Bed & Breakfast / Self Catering Accommodation in George, in the Heart of the Garden Route.
Relax in comfortable and cosy accommodation in a quiet and pleasant suburb, with easy access from the N2 Route and the airport.
The Accommodation comprises of:
* En-suite rooms and e ...
Welcome to the Garden Route. Stayinsa.co.za offers
a wide variety of accommodation in the Garden Route. From hotels,
guest houses to self-catering and B&B's.
Route Accommodation for all holiday and business travellers.
Route is a popular and scenic stretch of the southern coast
of South Africa. It stretches from Hermanus in the Western Cape
to Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape. It includes towns such
as Mossel Bay, George, Knysna and Plettenberg bay.
It has a Mediterranean maritime climate, with
moderately hot summers, and mild to chilly winters. It is one
of the richest rainfall areas in South Africa, most of which occurs
in the winter months, brought by the humid sea-winds from the
The Route is sandwiched between the Outeniqua
and Tsitsikamma mountains and the Indian Ocean. The Outeniqua
and Tsitsikamma indigenous forests are a unique mixture of Cape
Fynbos and temperate forest and offer hiking trails and eco-tourism
activities. Nearly 300 species of birdlife are to be found in
a variety of habitats ranging from fynbos to forest to wetlands.
Ten nature reserves embrace the varied ecosystems
of the area as well as unique marine reserves, home to soft coral
reefs, dolphins, seals and a host of other marine life. Various
bays along the Garden Route are nurseries to the endangered Southern
Right Whale which come there to calve in the winter and spring
(July to December).
Although the most popular exploration of the Garden Route is by
car, it is also site of Africa's last remaining passenger steam
train, the Outeniqua Choo Tjoe.