Otters End - Natures Valley, Garden Route

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Natures Valley, Garden Route - Accommodation

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ESTABLISHMENT OVERVIEW:

Otters End, in Natures Valley offers the best of both worlds - peaceful and unspoilt yet within a stone's throw of the vibrant Garden Route towns of Plettenberg bay (30km) & Knysna (50Km).

The village itself comprises of just 300 houses, a shop and a restaurant. It is unique in the fact that it is completely surrounded by the Tsitsikamma National Park. Aside from the stunning beach there is a large lagoon, which makes it ideal for all age groups.

The area supports a wide variety of wildlife, roughly 22 species of mammals & 200 species of birds. It also marks the end of the famous Otter Trail.

On your doorstep:
Bird watching, Canoeing, Coastal trails & Forest hikes, Fishing, Mountain biking. Snorkeling & Swimming.

A short drive away:
Tsitsikamma National Park, Bungy jumping,Treetop Canopy tours, Blackwater Tubing,Dolphin & whale watching excursions, Knysna Quays, Monkey Land, Birds of Eden, Tenikwa Wildcat & wildlife Sanctuary, Elephant park, Barnyard theatre, Indigenous forest walks and mountain bike trails, Plettenberg bay and surrounds also hosts an extensive range of good restaurants and shops as well as several craft & flea markets.

Day trips:Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve, Addo Elephant National Park, Otter Trail, Outeniqua Choo-tjoe

Choose between our garden cottage and tree house
Our property is 500m to the beach, 700m to the lagoon & 1km to the small shop and restaurant.

Garden cottage - Sleeps 4, comprises:
Bedroom 1 with King bed
Bedroom 2 with twin beds
Kitchen, fully equipped with microwave & dishwasher
Full bathroom
Lounge area
TV with selected DSTV channels
All-weather patio with braai place
Shared laundry facility with Washing machine & tumble dryer
Off road parking

Tree house - sleeps 2, comprises:
1 double bedroom with Queen bed
Open plan living room & kitchenette (fully equipped)
Shower room
TV with selected DSTV channels
Private verandah with braai
Shared laundry facility with washing machine & tumble dryer
Off road parking

Facilities & Amenities includes:

Facilities available at Otters End, Natures Valley, Garden Route

Establishment Facilities
  • BBQ
  • Children Welcome
  • Laundry
  • Visa
Room Amenities
  • Television

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Directions to Otters End

Map of Otters End in Natures Valley, Garden Route

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Directions to Otters End

GPS Co-Ordinates: 23° 33' 33" E / 33° 58' 50" S

By Car / Driving

Driving to Otters End in Natures Valley, Garden Route

Departing: George Airport
Address: R404, South Africa
Distance: 134 km / Duration: 1 hour 48 mins
1. Head north toward R404 0.2 km
2. Turn right onto R404 2.4 km
3. Turn left to merge onto N2 11.7 km
4. Exit on the right to stay on N2
Go through 3 roundabouts
107 km
5. Turn right onto R102 10.8 km
6. Turn right onto Lagoon Drive 0.4 km
7. Continue onto St Andrews Ave
Destination will be on the left
0.5 km

Nearest Airport

George Airport - George

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With a growing number of travellers heading to the region's beaches, forests and mountains, George airport now has over 600 000 passengers a year. It has won the South African Airport of the Year award six times (at the time of writing), and George's city centre is 11 Kilometres away.

George Airport was originally named after the then president P.W. Botha and was built in 1977.

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Nearby Towns

Alternative accommodation near Natures Valley, Garden Route

TOWN, REGION DURATION DISTANCE
Natures Valley, Garden Route » Current Current
Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route » 31 mins 33.2 km
Knysna, Garden Route » 51 mins 63.6 km
Sedgefield, Garden Route » 1 hour 10 mins 89.4 km
Wilderness, Garden Route » 1 hour 27 mins 103 km
George, Garden Route » 1 hour 26 mins 112 km
Herolds Bay, Garden Route » 1 hour 46 mins 137 km
Hartenbos, Garden Route » 2 hours 3 mins 164 km
Mossel Bay, Garden Route » 2 hours 8 mins 177 km
Boggoms Bay, Garden Route » 2 hours 28 mins 194 km
Albertinia, Garden Route » 2 hours 33 mins 216 km
Riversdale, Garden Route » 2 hours 58 mins 253 km
Little Brak River, Garden Route » 3 hours 51 mins 273 km

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