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Spectacular beaches, a range of scenery, vegetation and wildlife and myriad incredible outdoor activities make the Garden Route stretch one of the top destinations in South Africa.
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The hotel is centrally located in the Heart of Eden and offers the perfect destination for golf enthusiasts to show off their skills since the hotel is also between two of the country’s top golf courses.
Facing the warm Indian Ocean through the Knysna Heads, the Protea Hotel Knysna Quays offers a tranquil stay in spacious rooms overlooking the magical Knysna lagoon and the historical train station.
The stone walls and Mediterranean-style out-buildings belie the fact that the main building is one of the oldest in Mossel Bay and forms part of the Dias Museum Complex. Previously The Old Post Office Tree Manor Hotel, Protea Hotel Mossel Bay, situated five minutes’ walk from beach.
As one of our valued guests, you’ll want for nothing at our trendy three star hotel as we offer friendly, obliging service combined with the ideal base from which to stay and play.
Our accommodation comprises 50 comfortable rooms with en-suite bathrooms.
The hotel offers an excellent restaurant that serves the best in country fare and guests can keep their heart rates up with golf, tennis, squash, gym and bowls amenities nearby, plus we have state-of-the-art conference facilities for our business and corporate guests.
The Diaz museum complex marks the spot of the historical landing of Diaz and also contains the famous Post Office Tree. This five hundred-year-old National Monument is found below an equally ancient milkwood tree, where seafarers of old would leave their post in an old boot. The Maritime Museum houses a replica of the caravel on which Diaz arrived as well as a map of Mossel Bay produced by Dutch sailor Cornelius de Houtman in 1595. The museum is in the Old Saw Mill Building and chronicles the maritime history of the African continent. A worthwhile visit should be made to the lighthouse, which is a small walk away. You can also see a truly impressive range of seashells at the shell museum. Gaze at magnificent San rock paintings, which can be seen in the Khoi-San Cave. There is also a replica of a Khoi village inside St Blaize Cave which is a must-see.
There are over four hundred ostrich farms around Oudtshoorn. Three of these farms have achieved the status of show farms. For a glimpse into the past, you can take a guided tour of the historical buildings and museums in the town. The CP Nel Museum showcases the ostrich feather boom of South Africa. Oudtshoorn also caters for the outdoor sportsperson, offering horse riding, white water rafting facilities, an impressive eighteen-hole golf course and miniature aircraft adventures. Car enthusiasts can participate in 4x4 trails, and bike and hiking enthusiasts have their veritable pick of routes surrounding the area. The Swartberg Pass is a splendid drive and has been declared a national monument. This little town is host to the KKNK, the annual Klein Karoo Nationale Kunsfees (Small Karoo Art Festival)This festival features South African artists, musicians, performers, comedians, crafts and traditions, and is usually attended by over one hundred thousand culture-lovers
George lies in the heart of the Garden Route at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains. The town has some of the country's most striking scenery that visitors can enjoy in the comfort of the Outeniqua Choo Tjoe, a beautifully restored steam locomotive.From its windows you will be able to see the rolling, forested hills that surround the town, the serene lakes and the delicate ferns that carpet the land.
Knysna's most famous attraction is the lagoon where you can sample tasty oysters or take a ferry to the Featherbed Nature Reserve, a private nature reserve that houses the exotic Knysna Loerie. The largest indigenous forest in South Africa, Knysna contains rare and ancient trees, including stinkwood, yellowwood and Cape chestnut. It’s also home to the 600 year old King Edward VII Tree.
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