Garden Route Nature Reserves

The Garden Route runs parallel to a coastline featuring lakes, mountains, indigenous forests, rivers and golden beaches. Show on Map

Destinations in Garden Route


Woodcutters Journey

Where? Storms River
A specially designed off road vehicle in camouflaged green with a yellow canopy leads you to the resting spot of historic wagons that once travelled the forest. Guides take you along the elephant trail ...

Keurbooms River Ferry

Where? Keurboomstrand
Explore the Keurbooms River Nature Reserve in the comfort of one of our 30 seaters crafts. Relax and enjoy as we guide you through the history of this incredible area. Once the 5km destination has been reached ...

Explore the Keurbooms River Reserve

Where? Keurboomstrand
The beautiful Keurbooms River nature reserve that stretches over a distance of 2500 hectares, is bisected by the Keurbooms River and overlooks the estuary. Despite the fact that the estuary below the N2 bridge ...

Brenton Blue Butterfly Reserve

Where? Brenton on Sea
The Brenton blue butterfly, evident in late October until December, lives within one hectare of asteraceous coastal fynbos and its larvae depend entirely on the lower side of the leaves of Indigofera erecta ...

Game Drive at Plett Game Reserve

Where? Plettenberg Bay
Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve, the Garden Route's largest wildlife reserve, offers exciting game viewing experiences for day visitors. Join experienced and knowledgeable game rangers for a two-hour game ...

Storms River Cycle Trail

Where? Storms River
A truly beautiful escapade through the Garden Route, Storms River Cycle Trail is any cyclist’s place of tranquility. This family friendly trail invites you on a scenic trip through the old indigenous forest ...

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