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The George Museum
28th January 2016

One of the paintings on display

On 23 April 1811, the Earl of Caledon, British Governor of the Cape, proclaimed the new magisterial district of George. The new town was named after the reigning monarch of England, King George III. The first magistrate, Adrian van Kervel, supervised the buiding of the Drostdy (residency) in

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Ten Pin Bowling And More At Mountview Resort& Lifestyle Village
27th January 2016

Mount View Resort's 10 Pin Bowling Alley

MountView Resort& Lifestyle Village occupies the new and significantly upgraded Southern end of York Street, previously known as the George Tourist Resort. The popular self catering, caravan and camping spot has this year introduced some exciting new features. These include a Trattoria

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4x4 And Fishing At Old Mill Country Lodge And Restaurant, Oudtshoorn
27th January 2016

Old Mill Country Lodge & Restaurant activities in Oudtshoorn

For adventure activities and attractions, visit the Old Mill (De Oude Meul) Country Lodge and Restaurant in Oudtshoorn, only 12 km from the famous Cango Caves.   As an adventure destination, Old Mill has a lot to offer, including 4 x 4 river and bush adventure experiences for adults a

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Down To Earth: Event Venue & Restaurant
27th January 2016

Wooden deck with an awesome view


Down to Earth is an event venue and restaurant with a beautiful ocean view, situated at Herolds Bay Eco Resort. The welcoming by staff is friendly and as you enter the restaurant, the atmosphere is warm and earthy. The walls are made of clay and straw, the high ceiling from wood a

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Map Of Africa: Scenic View At Wilderness
27th January 2016

Map of Africa - Wilderness (Photo: Amanda van der Merwe)

The 'Map of Africa' is an extraordinary viewpoint at Wilderness Heights. The small village of Wilderness is situated approximately 15km from George, driving on the N2 highway towards Knysna. Having traveled this road several times, I can vow it is very likely that you will see paragl

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The Artbeat Of Sedgefield
27th January 2016

Arts and Crafts Market

A variety of arts and crafts can be seen every weekend at the Scarab Village Market in Sedgefield. The market has a discern of quality artwork, crafted by people with exceptional talents. Time spent here is a brief escape from modern rush and noise. Holidaymakers, day visitors and tourists ca

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Brenton On Sea
27th January 2016

Brenton on Sea View from afar. Photo: Gardenroute.com


There are many beaches along the South African Garden Route Southern Cape Coast that take ones breath away and Brenton on Sea is one such a beach; however Brenton on Sea is a stretch of coastline that needs to be experienced, rather than simply viewed from a distance. On a good da

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Victoria Bay: A Hidden Gem
5th January 2016

Victoria Bay is approximately 3km from George and 6km from Wilderness (Photo: A vd Merwe)

Victoria Bay is situated approximately 3km from George and 6km from Wilderness traveling from George to Knysna on the N2. This lovely bay is also referred to as "Vicbay" by some people. The small bay has a relaxed beach setting and is almost enclosed by cliffs. There are on

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Redberry Farm
25th November 2015

Experience the picking of your own strawberries

If you are looking for a fun and original day out there is nothing that rivals the Redberry Farm experience.  As one enters the farming area just outside George on the Geelhoutboom Road, you will be in awe of the rows and rows of strawberries in what is now known as “Strawberry Cou

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George: Garden Route Botanical Gardens
27th January 2016

Main entrance Garden Route botanical Gardens

The George Botanical Garden is situated on the outskirts of the town, yet it is far enough from traffic noise to hear the sounds of birds and insects. You see a wide variety of  indigenous trees, beds of flowers, fynbos and succulent plants. Small signboards inform the visitor of plant n

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Sedgefield: The Cheeseman
27th January 2016

Paul Page from Cheeseman

When Paul explains the cheesemaking process you realise much more is involved than just converting milk into cheese. It is a complex process and a mix between art and science. "Cheesemaking is a specialized trade. It takes a lot of knowledge and experience and  there are even cheese

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Belvidere Manor Hotel Knysna
27th January 2016

Knysna Belvidere Manor House


It's not often one comes upon a spot that simply takes your breath away. Belvidere Manor in Knysna is one such unique place. The estate, located on the banks of the Knysna Lagoon has a colourful colonial history, dating back to the original timber merchants in the Knysna and Tstit

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Lake Brenton
5th January 2016

Margarets View Brenton Knysna South Africa (Photo Gardenroute.com)

Aside from the breathtaking ocean views, sun kissed beaches and amazing plant life, the quaint towns, villages and coves along the Southern Cape coastline are the real attraction to one of South Africa’s most popular tourist destinations, the South African Garden Route and Klein Kar

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The Little Cathedral At Great Brak River
27th January 2016

Great Brak Little Cathedral View from the road

The small town of Groot Brak was established in 1859, but it was not an easy place to live in during those early years. The surrounding hills had its fair share of wild animals and then of course there was the ever-present river. Difficult to cross, it caused havoc with untimely floodi

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