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Canoe in Wildernis at the Ebb & Flow Camp Site
Wilderness is one of the Garden Route's well-kept secrets and a protected National Park area. The beautiful Ebb and Flow Camp Site stretches out along the river banks and has a beautiful board walk through the forest ending in deep rock pools where you can enjoy a picnic and the forest sounds. The other option is to rent a canoe at the entrance of the camp site and watch the bird life while gliding over the water, it is really an experience not to be missed if you are visiting the Garden Route.
Visit Wilderness beaches - Leentjiesklip
This beach lies directly below the N2 highway on your way to Wilderness. The beach stretches for 10km and ends at the river mouth, where the lagoon flows dark brown water into the cool blue ocean. For a light lunch or cold drink and a break from the hot sun, you can pop into Salinas Beach Restaurant, one of the only restaurants over-looking the beach on the Garden Route. There is a lovely shaded play area for the children and the views are just breath-taking. Salinas can be found on the Wilderness, next to the NSRI's offices, on the main beach next to Leentjiesklip.
Lion Walk at Botlierskop
Walk alongside Africa’s most majestic predator and interact with young lions on foot. The walk takes approximately one hour to complete – depending on how fast the lions are prepared to stroll. No leashes or collars are used, but the walk is supervised by expert handlers. Botlierskop is situated in Gonnakraal Road, Little Brak River.
Ostrich Farm visit in Oudtshoorn
Tour a working ostrich farm and learn about the flightless, tallest and heaviest bird in the world. For the more brave guests, you are even able to ride on the back of an ostrich! For more details contact the Highgate Ostrich Farm at Oudtshoorn, Scenic Cape Route 62.
Cango Caves & Cango Wildlife Ranch
The Cango caves are an illuminated wonderland of mystery, with passageways and chambers far below. The tour will explore the narrow passages and vast halls filled with ancient stalactites. Book well in advance and come early as this attraction draws tourists from all over the world and can get very crowded over the summer months.
The Cango Wildlife Ranch is a sanctuary to some of the world’s most endangered animals that contributes to the conservation of over 60 species. This neat, well-managed animal sancuary is a not-to-be-missed attraction for children when passing through Outshoorn. This is your opportunity to experience personal ‘Animal Encounters’ – touch cheetahs, hug Bengal tiger cubs, wrap yourself in a python, and even dive with Nile crocodiles
Spend a day in Mosselbay
Many people who come to Mossel Bay, come for the beautiful beaches, but there is so much more to see than that. Walk through the quaint town centre, which has been beautifully renovated, explore the antique shops, cafe's and Diaz Museum with it's own mini aquarium. Don't miss the Blue Shed coffee roastery where you can enjoy a coffee while lounging on their daybeds in the sea breeeze. Also, for the adventurous traveller, there's the once in a lifetime shark cage diving experience with boats launching from Mossel Bay.