Garden Route

The Garden Route is a beautiful destination to visit. Stretching from Mossel Bay to Storms River and encompassing the towns of Knysna, Oudtshhoorn, George, Plettenberg Bay, Sedgefield and Wilderness – this is a coastal wonderland with many fantastic things to see and do.

It is called the Garden Route because of the scrubbery that lines the coast line. Of the many interesting things to do on the Garden Route the most popular would be whale watching, visiting caves, elephant interactions, game drives, mountain passes, beaches, great restaurants, some fantastic hotels and of course excellent golf courses!

No one is going to complain of being bored and The Garden Route makes the perfect self drive destination - the most popular way of exploring this area. Alternatively it can be explored as part of a scheduled or private tour with a guide and vehicle. Only 5 hours from Cape Town it is frequently combined as part of a Cape Town holiday, allowing you to ‘get out of town’ and explore a little bit more of this stunning country.

We recommend a minimum of 3 or 4 nights to thoroughly appreciate this area. Speak to one of our travel consultants about tailor-making the perfect itinerary for your client.

  • Pezula Golf Course

    Garden Route

    The area known as the East Heads has become the site of 18 spectacular championship holes of golf at Pezula and 250 hectares of well-planned residential properties and natural fynbos growth.

  • Pinnacle Point Golf Club

    Garden Route

    Pinnacle Point Beach & Golf Estate is sensitively integrated with an eighteen hole championship golf course with dramatic cliffside holes and co-designed by renowned golf architect Peter Matcovitch and golf pro Darren Clarke. The golf course stretches along four kilometers of spectacular coastline and over 1000 acres of unspoiled beachfront.

  • The Links

    Garden Route

    Fancourt owner Dr Hasso Plattner, together with legendary master Gary Player, commissioned a golf course that is a thorough test for every golfer, but also ranks among the top courses in the world. When playing The Links, it is difficult to believe that one is not in Scotland or Ireland, until one noticed the imposing Outeniqua mountain range that rises impressively in the background.

  • Fancourt - Montagu Course

    Garden Route

    The Fancourt Montagu Golf Course is nestled at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountain in the heart of The Garden Route, in George, renowned throughout the world for its immense natural beauty and world class setting. This is an 18-hole parkland course is delightful with top of the range conditioning and a setting that takes in mountains, water and interesting wildlife.

  • Fancourt - Outeniqua Course

    Garden Route

    The Fancourt Outeniqua Golf Course as part of South Africa’s premier golfing destination lies at the foot of the majestic Outeniqua Mountain in the heart of the world-famous Garden Route district. This beautifully manicured 18-hole parkland course is a course of rare distinction, similar to its sibling the Montagu course with top of the range conditioning and a setting that takes in mountains, water and wildlife

  • Simola Golf Course

    Garden Route

    Keeping your head down at Simola can be a challenge; simply because the views around the course are awe-inspiring, and with this, it is clear to see why Simola takes its place as one of South Africa's premier golfing destinations. It's also the first Jack Nicklaus Signature course on the Garden Route, reflecting the maestro's philosophy of attuning the layout and design to the natural lie of the land. The course offers challenging and rewarding golf amidst spectacular scenery.

  • Oubaai Golf Club

    Garden Route

    The elements of a links course are well utilised with this design by Ernie Els, South Africa’s champion golfer. Veld grasses flank the immaculately manicured fairways and greens, while wind play a major role in the defenses of the course. Fairways are however generous while the greens are silky smooth and true. Walking the course offer you the opportunity to enjoy the spectacular views of the Outeniqua mountains, Gwaing River Valley and Indian Ocean. The course boasts with five par 3’s and five par 5’s.

  • George Golf Club

    Garden Route

    Situated along the picturesque Garden Route in the beautiful city of George, George Golf Club is consistently rated in the top ten courses in the country. In peak condition, many locals rate it as the best course in the Southern Cape.