Groot Brak: This little village, just a few kilometres from both Mossel Bay and George, is without doubt tranquil and beautiful.It has unspoilt beaches, a lagoon that is safe to swim in and generous sea views. The stillness experienced along the banks of the Great Brak river, which also offers a number of picnic spots, has led to this little town being much sought after by those wanting to escape it all. The lagoon mouth is divided into two sandy channels with a small island between them.
Back Road Tours follow traditional trails and back roads to showcase the full beauty of the heart of the Garden Route. Our guide will explain the history of the area and its place in the development of South Africa. We can arrange any outing that you would like - from any type of cage diving to balloon trips to serene tours around the Garden Route. Call Jauckie on 044 690 8150 for more info
We can arrange any outing that you would like - from balloon trips to crocodile cage diving to serene tours around the Garden Route. Call Jauckie on 044 690 8150 for more info
Did you know? The Garden Route has an oceanic climate, with mild to warm summers, and mild to cool winters. According to the Guinness Book of Records, the Garden Route has the mildest climate in South Africa and the second mildest climate in the world after Hawaii. Temperatures rarely fall below 10°C in winter and rarely climb beyond 28°C in summer. Photo credit: Kwelanga Lodge, George
We can arrange any outing that you would like - from any type of cage diving to balloon trips to serene tours around the Garden Route. Call Jauckie on 044 690 8150 for more info http://www.facebook.com/pages/Back-Road-Safaris
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Experience the Quiet Roads Back Road Safaris opens doors so that you can explore the Garden Route in all its beauty. Enjoy scenic gravel-road tours and off-road safaris in the Outeniqua Mountains; walk in our enchanting indigenous forests or along our dramatic Indian Ocean coastline; and talk to the people most other visitors never get to meet.