Garden Route Game Lodge
Albertinia, Garden Route - Accommodation
ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:Set against the backdrop of the majestic Langeberg Mountain Range, the Garden Route Game Lodge guards the entrance to South Africa's world famous Garden Route Coast.
Only 3Â½ scenic hours drive from Cape Town, this malaria free, private game reserve is home to and abundance of animal and bird life including the Big 5.
Game drives are led by experienced game rangers who will be able to tell visitors all there is to know about all species found on the property. Garden Route Game Lodge is also home to a world class Reptile Centre with over 26 species of snakes, crocodiles and many more. Visitors can also go on Mountain Biking trails to explore the region.
Garden Route Game Lodge, together with the Conservation Management Services, conducted a scientific study on sustainable utilization, long term conservation and the rehabilitation of degraded lands. Scientific calculators were used to determine the carrying capacity of the land, and then the restocking program begun.
Your stay at Garden Route Game Lodge will most definately be a memorable one!
Facilities & Amenities includes:
Facilities available at Garden Route Game Lodge, Albertinia, Garden Route
- American Express
- Children Welcome
- Conference Facilities
- Diners Club
- Disabled Friendly
- Gay Friendly
- Secure Parking
- Wedding Facilities
- Non Smoking
Accreditations & Gradings:
Accreditations for Garden Route Game Lodge, Albertinia, Garden Route
- Tourism Grading Council
Things to do near Albertinia, Garden Route
Albertinia situated between the Langeberg Mountains in the north and the warm Indian Ocean in the south, this floral paradise on South Africa's Garden Route, promises a destination "˜away from the maddening crowd' and days of sheer enjoyment. Albertinia has something for everyone, from adrenalin sport to scenic beauty and tranquil surroundings. The town boats a flourishing dried flower, thatch ...
House of Aloes is the original aloe factory and was established in 1986. Aloe has become known for its healing properties and it is the aloe sap that scientists noticed in the 1930's that healed x-ray burns after the atom bomb explosion. Situated along the N2 on the Western side of Albertina, The House of Aloes respects ancient harvesting traditions, extracts the raw materials in a patented production ...
Situated approximately 430 kilometres out of Cape Town, George is widely regarded as the hub of the Southern Cape Region, and an ideal base from which to explore the Southern Cape and Little Karoo. George is easily accessible with a good road network and George Airport which links the Southern Cape and Little Karoo hinterland to the major centres of South Africa. It is the business hub of the region ...
Situated between George and Storms river this is one of the oldest hiking trails in South Africa. Since the trail was opened it changed a lot but currently it is a seven day trail that starts at Beervlei Hut (Old Forest Station) and finishes at Harkerville hut near the Harkerville Forestry Station. Hikers do not have to hike the full 7 days, 2 or 3 days are also possible. The trails may only be done ...
Grootdraai (Big Turn) picnic site site is situated just there, right on a big turn on the Kom-se-pad loop from Gouna forest towards Diepwalle. The Kom-se-pad loop is a great drive to take to see the forest and then this would be an ideal place to stop. From Knysna this is about a 50km round trip and is also a favorite amongst local mountain bikers. Most of the route follows gravel roads but ...
Krisjan-se-Nek is one of the smaller and lesser known picnic sites in the area but certainly nothing less beautiful. There is a huge lawn ideal for games so take a ball! There is also the Circles in the Forest hiking trail and the Homtini Mountain Bike Trail that start and end here. Facilities: Wooden tables and benches, fire places, ablutions. Permits/Costs: R17/person. Get a permit from ...
Jubilee Creek is a beautiful picnic site! Situated down in a valley, deep in the forest next to a cool forest stream, what more do you want? There are lots of picnic sites next to the stream and in the forest and if you arrive and everybody else who loves it is already there, don't worry, just go on to the extension! (take the road to the left as you reach the picnic site before crossing the ...
A world leader in tour operators based in George, an answer for the traveller who doesn't know what to do in George and a travel partner with a career that spans close to 18 years. Established in the year 1996, Brenton Blue Tours has mastered the fine art of providing tours and travel guides from all over the Southern hemisphere, breaking all the boundaries and providing services from coast to coast ...
Walk in an easterly direction towards the rocks. Rocky beach, caves, wreck of floating dock. The trail starts and ends in the parking area near the Sea Side CafÃ© Permit not required. Information provided with courtesy of SA Hikes ...
The Harkerville Coast Hiking Trail follows an exceptionally interesting, but difficult, route. It traverses some of the most spectacular coastal scenery and includes walking, scrambling and climbing along the rugged littoral zone. Numbers are restricted to 12 hikers per day. It is a two-day walk, with two overnight huts, one of which is at the stating point at the Harkerville Forestry Station. The ...
Hartenbos, is one of the most popular resorts along the South coast of the Western Cape and thousands of residents from the northern provinces spend their annual summer holiday here. "Everything Under the Sun" is the slogan that personifies Hartenbos with its whitewashed beaches, calm sea and Mediterranean climate. As part of the Garden Route and the Whale Route, situated between Mossel Bay ...
Heidelberg is the ideal destination for the eco-tourist interested in birding, exploring fynbos, forests, mountains, rivers, streams and observing the fauna of the area. The source of the Duivenhoks river is in the Langeberg mountains close to the town. One of the best whale watching places in South Africa is in San Sebastion Bay, 35km away. The mountains are full of some of the most pristine ...
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Victoria Bay, a cove enclosed by cliffs. The little resort comprises a number of cottages clustered around the water front. The gently-sloping beach makes bathing safe and big waves from far out give surfers a long ride. A beautifully hidden bay area engulfed by cliffs ...
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At Woodville tread softly as you enter this delightful picnic area, you could just disturb the forest fairies! If you're looking for the ideal picnic spot under lush trees and close to a "big tree", this is it. Ample forest tables to choose from, toilets, water, wheel chair accessible. Bring the kids, they'll have hours of fun playing in the cool forest stream. There is also a short 2km walk ...
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Directions to Garden Route Game Lodge
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 21° 38' 2.9" E / 34° 12' 34.7" S
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Driving to Garden Route Game Lodge in Albertinia, Garden Route
|Departing: Cape Town International Airport|
|Address: 37 Aviation Crescent, Cape Town International Airport (CPT), Cape Town 7490, South Africa|
|Distance: 325 km / Duration: 3 hours 26 mins|
|1.||Head south||0.1 km|
|2.||Slight left toward Michigan St||0.6 km|
|3.||Turn left toward Michigan St||0.1 km|
|4.||Take the 1st right onto Michigan St||0.4 km|
|5.||Turn left onto Borcherds Quarry Rd||0.7 km|
|6.||Merge onto N2 via the ramp to Somerset
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