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The Garden Route National Park is a stunning coastal park located in the Western Cape province of South Africa.

The park spans over 160 km and boasts a diverse range of landscapes, including forests, lagoons, beaches, and cliffs. With its diverse flora and fauna, the Garden Route National Park is a haven for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.


  • Hiking and trails
  • Bird watching
  • Game drives
  • Canoeing and kayaking
  • Swimming and sunbathing
  • Photography

Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit the Garden Route National Park is during the summer months, from November to March when the weather is warm and sunny. This is also the peak season for outdoor activities and tourism in the area.

January 23.0 10
February 22.5 10
March 21.0 20
April 19.0 50
May 17.0 80
June 15.0 100
July 15.0 80
August 16.0 60
September 17.0 50
October 19.0 30
November 20.5 20
December 22.0 10

Getting There

The Garden Route National Park is easily accessible from major cities in South Africa, including Cape Town and Port Elizabeth. The park is approximately 500 km from Cape Town and 200 km from Port Elizabeth.

Visitors can reach the park by car or by taking a flight to either city and then driving to the park.


Visitors to the Garden Route National Park have a range of accommodation options to choose from, including camping sites, lodges, and chalets.

Whether you're looking for a comfortable and convenient place to stay or a more rustic and authentic experience, there's something to suit everyone's needs and budget. With so many options available, visitors to the Garden Route National Park can be sure of a memorable and enjoyable stay in this stunning and unique coastal park.