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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 - literally.

Registered for greatness

With registered and accredited tour services, Brenton Blue Tours is a travelling partner giant that competes on an international level. When it comes to tours in George, this tour operator covers adventure tours from Oudtshoorn to Mossel Bay, Knysna to Plettenberg Bay and as far as Tsitsikamma. Bringing the globe to people from all spheres of life, Brenton Blue Tours, taps into territories such as Game Reserves and mini tours too.

Services galore

With a variety of different services on offer, you will not be stuck near George without something to do in George. Some of the luxury services offered by Brenton Tours include:

Providing guided custom-made tours which range from multiple days or just a few hours.
Organising and assisting in golf tours throughout the Cape and PE regions and other parts of South Africa.
Providing a platform for travellers to experience monumental routes such as Garden Route and many game routes.
Covering airport transfers and leading the administration for trips along the Cape Province.
Offering conference assistance for meetings and events.
Supplying clients with quotation fees, admin fees and booking fees regarding their holiday or getaway.

All the services offered by the Brenton Tours puts George on the map and a reliable and resourceful tour operators based in George like Brenton Tours puts you at ease when it comes to planning a trip.

Accommodation near George, Garden Route

Garden Route Game Lodge - Albertinia, Game Reserve, Lodge

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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 3½ 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 ...

Acorn Guest House - George, Bed and Breakfast, Guest House

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This accommodation in George is a welcoming residence located in the centre of town and the Garden Route, offering true South African hospitality. All rooms are decorated with crisp cotton linen and fine auction pieces from around the world. Spacious and cosy air-conditioned rooms include luxury comforts and a kitchenette. Facilities: • Laundry facilities • Safes in all the rooms • ...

Ideally situated between George Airport and Fancourt surrounded by the majestic Outeniqua Mountains, this accommodation in George reflects true South African hospitality. Expect luxurious, affordable accommodation with the quiet countryside surroundings. This George accommodation offers thirteen luxury en suite rooms, each with their own private entrance. Breakfast is included in the tariff and ...

Blue Whale Resort - George, Self Catering

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This accommodation in George has high standards and offers fully equipped luxury self-catering chalets, located on the seafront only 10km from George central, 13km from George Airport and only 6km from the N2. Indigenous forests and fynbos surround Blue Whale Resort. Whales can be seen during winter months and dolphins year round from the comfort of your veranda in this accommodation George offers. ...

George Lodge International - George, Bed and Breakfast, Guest House

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At this accommodation in George, comfort, convenience and hospitality come together. George Lodge International is a place where work and vacation, activities and relaxation are in perfect harmony and made even more beautiful by the splendid surroundings. Every morning at this George accommodation you can decide if you want to spend the day relaxing by the swimming pool, immersing yourself in a book ...

Fairview Historic Homestead - George, Bed and Breakfast, Guest House

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This accommodation in George has Polished wooden floors, original art, antique furniture and working fireplaces that lend warmth and character to the spacious bedrooms in this authentic Cape Georgian home, circa 1861. Desmond is at the helm of an ever-evolving garden and Philda runs the guest house - assisted by Elize (who can also speak German, Dutch and French). At this George accommodation ...

Inn Victori - George, Bed and Breakfast, Self Catering

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The town of George may be 2 centuaries old but Inn Victori makes sure that accommodation in George has a dash of nuance, flamboyance and a modern touch. Now if the garden route on the South western Coast of South Africa was a turkey then Inn Victori would be the stuffing, because that is where it is nestled. The cute farm-styled Inn Victori rests a mere 1.5 Kilometres from the popular Victoria Bay ...

ATKV Hartenbos - Hartenbos, Caravan and Camping, Self Catering

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This accommodation in Hartenbos is the ideal place for an unforgettable caravan holiday. Each of the more than 570 beautifully situated stands has a power point and according to the SAWA Caravan Club, their ablution facilities are the best you'll find anywhere. If you're not a caravan enthusiast, you can make yourself at home in one of the beautiful three bedroom houses or spacious ...

Riviera Coastal Inn & Suite Hotel - Hartenbos, Hotels and Resorts

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This accommodation in Hartenbos, the Pearl of the famous Garden Route, is not placed in a mediocre destination. Rich in history, a great all year round climate, breathtaking views and a combination of indigenous fauna and flora. Mossel Bay has unspoiled beaches, warm waters of the Indian Ocean and is a one stop destination, with a diverse list of attractions like shark cage diving, hiking, deep sea ...

Dibiki Holiday Resort - Hartenbos, Caravan and Camping, Self Catering

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This peaceful accommodation in Hartenbos is situated near the Hartenbos River and lagoon. Dibiki Resort is the perfect place to be if you are looking for a family holiday near the beach or a quiet weekend away. Perfectly located mid-way between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, Hartenbos is part of the famous Garden Route. Come stay in Hartenbos and enjoy the divine Mediterranean climate, long white ...

Things to do near George, Garden Route

Albertinia Tourism - Albertinia, Tourism Information

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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 ...

The House of Aloes - Albertinia, Health and Beauty

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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 ...

George Tourism - George, Tourism Information

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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 ...

Outeniqua Hiking Trail - George, Hiking trails

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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 Picnic Site - George, Picnic Spots

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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 Picnic Site - George, Picnic Spots

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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 ...

Brenton Blue Tours - George, Transportation

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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 ...

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 Café Permit not required. Information provided with courtesy of SA Hikes ...

Harkerville Coastal Hiking Trail - Harkerville, Hiking trails

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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 Tourism - Hartenbos, Tourism Information

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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 Tourism - Heidelberg WC, Tourism Information

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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 ...

Keurbooms River - Keurbooms River, Tourism Information

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In Keurbooms River more than 260 species of birds have been sited in this area with its unique four habitats, namely the forests, fynbos, wetlands and the coastal region making this area a birdwatchers paradise. Special birds include the Knysna Loerie, Narina Trogan (both found in indigenous forests), the African Black Oystercatcher (coastal), and the Orangebreasted sunbird (fynbos). Common ...

Klein Brakrivier Tourism - Klein Brakrivier, Tourism Information

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Little Brak River runs into the sea, lies the town of Klein-Brakrivier, named after the brackish water of the river. It has grown from just a few holiday homes into an affluent residential area, in stark contrast to the informal settlement of Powertown, its next-door neighbour. The development of this "suburb" as well as some nasty accidents involving swimmers and powerboats in ...

Knysna Tourism - Knysna, Tourism Information

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Knysna is one of the Garden Route's best known travel destinations and was named one of the Top 100 Destinations in the World in the TripAdvisor 2008 Travellers' Choice Destinations Awards. The Knysna area consists of Knysna, Sedgefield, Brenton, Noetzie, Rheenendal, Belvidere and Buffalo Bay. Indigenous forests, fynbos, lakes, rivers, mountains and beautiful coastlines combined with a moderate ...

Kranshoek Picnic Spot - Knysna, Picnic Spots

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Kranshoek offers some of the best views in the Garden Route. Indigenous forest ans breathtaking coastal landscapes make for a truly relaxing and beautiful picnic experience. There are also two hiking trails starting from this picnic spot, the 1km Forest Flora Trail and the 5/9km Kranshoek Trail. There are a number of wooden benches each with its own fire place, ablution facilities and running ...

Springtide Charters - Knysna, Adventure

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Sail away on a luxury 50 foot yacht and never wonder what to do in Knysna with Springtide Charters. It's an intimate and romantic expedition that only movies and love scenes are made of only this one sails along the Knysna Head and Buffalo Bay. Allow the crew to serve and pamper you in the ultimate V.I.P style. Sip on a glass of the finest chardonnay as feather breezes kiss your face and orange ...

Ocean Odyssey - Knysna, Adventure

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Don't know what to do in Knysna? Experience a tantalizing voyage and excursion along the coastline of a famous whale watching destination. Journey through marine life's playground in a boat or enjoy a 3D view of whales as they dance to the waves courtesy of Ocean Odyssey. This is a company with a passion for marine life, people and holiday adventure. Since its inception in the year 2004, ...

Mossel Bay Tourism - Mossel Bay, Tourism Information

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There's so much to do in Mossel Bay - from adrenalised adventures like surfing, 4x4 trails, horse riding, and shark-cage diving, to gentle, contemplative things like lazing on the beach or watching for whales (in fact it's a particularly good whale and dolphin watching destination - especially in whale season, between June and October). To add to its attractions, it enjoys a mild beach-going ...

This family owned winery in Mossel Bay was named Jakkalsvlei because of all the foxes, jackal's and wild cats seen in the mountains surrounding the farmland. Jakkalsvlei directly translated is Jackal's Marsh and the Jonker family has been proud owners of Jakkalsvlei since 1972. Come fall in love with the breathtaking views and the beautiful mountain range surrounding the farm. If you want to skip ...

Tsitsikamma Trail - Natures Valley, Hiking trails

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The Tsitsikamma Hiking Trail is a six-day, 60-km, linear trail, beginning at Natures Valley and ending at the Storms River bridge or village. It journeys through the heart of the Tsitsikamma mountains where extensive patches of indigenous afromontane forest and mountain fynbos still occur. The mountains form the watershed for a myriad of streams and rivers, many of which are fountainheads for the wider, ...

Natures Valley Tourism - Natures Valley, Tourism Information

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Nature's Valley is a holiday resort and small village on the Garden Route along the southern Cape coast of South Africa, tucked between the Soutrivier, the foothills of the Tsitsikamma Mountains, the Indian Ocean and the Groot River lagoon. It has a balmy climate and the unusual status of being surrounded by the Tsitsikamma National Park. The famous Otter trail ends in and most hikers seek ...

Plettenberg Bay Tourism - Plettenberg Bay, Tourism Information

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Plettenberg Bay is the jewel of The Garden Route and is tranquil and charming, hospitable and rather special. Originally christened "Bahia Formosa" (beautiful bay) by early Portuguese explorers, Plettenberg Bay offers the visitor miles of sweeping, un spoilt golden beaches, a dramatic rocky peninsula, intriguing lagoons and estuaries, towering indigenous forests and unpolluted rivers and ...

Hessequa Tourism - Riversdale, Tourism Information

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We have it all, from blazing red carpets of aloe, vineyards, majestic mountains and rivers, to sweeping sand dunes, endless stretches of pristine beach, indigenous Cape fynbos, and game farms. It is the ultimate World Heritage Site Floral Kingdom experience. Water sports in this sun-sea-and-sand destination includes surfing, kayaking, as well as ample opportunities for abseiling, hang-gliding, whale-watching, ...

Sedgefield Tourism - Sedgefield, Tourism Information

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Ideally located, Sedgefield is fast turning into a perfect family destination. "If it is outdoors, it's out here" goes the saying, but Sedgefield offers more than a wide range of outdoor activities. The natural beauty and peaceful pace of the area has attracted many talented artists over the years as well as inspired them to create great works. Their skills range from woodworking ...

Stillbay Tourism - Still Bay, Tourism Information

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Stilbaai is known for the destination of dreams in the modern South Africa. This place captivates visitors, which fall in love with the unspoiled majestic nature which is complemented by harmonious safe and tranquil community. Things to do in this paradise by the sea, includes golf, bowls, hiking, angling, and many more that can be enjoyed. Stilbaai offers an unsurpassed natural experience ...

The Crags Tourism - The Crags, Tourism Information

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The Crags is such a "happening" place, a destination with a difference! We are bang in the middle of the Garden Route embraced by the popular coastal town of Plettenberg Bay and the quaint village of Nature's Valley. 22 activities and 16 accommodation establishments packed into a 30km radius! Monkeyland, Birds of Eden, Lawnwood Snake Sanctuary, Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness ...

Victoria Bay Tourism - Victoria Bay, Tourism Information

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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 ...

Wilderness Tourism - Wilderness, Tourism Information

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Whilst Wilderness is the convenient area for exploring the Garden Route, it offers a rich diversity of attractions. Within the village are coffee shops, bistros and restaurants. Bird-watching is a rare and unique experience, for here is a tapestry of interwoven wetlands, forests, mountains, beaches, open fields and fynbos that provide habitat for over the 200 species. Canoeing on the Touw River or ...

Wilderness Country Walk - Wilderness, Hiking trails

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It provides wonderful views of Wilderness and the surrounding country: farmlands; mountains, lakes, forest valleys, coastal plain, coastline and ocean. ...

Woodville Picnic Site - Wilderness, Picnic Spots

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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 ...

Oyster Catcher Trail - Boggoms Bay, Hiking trails

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Meander along and explore the sea shore and the unspoilt golden beaches of the Western Cape's Garden Route. Discover ancient stone age caves and middens, Oystercatchers, Wild Oysters, whales, dolphins, Sandpipers, rare fynbos, remote dunes and marine rich rocky pools. Experience stargazing nights, sunny days and swim in small safe bays, Fully and professionally guided, 5 day, 4 night hiking trail ...

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GPS Co-Ordinates: 22° 28' 1" E / 33° 57' 1.4" S

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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

Things to do near George, Garden Route

TOWN, REGION DURATION DISTANCE
George, Garden Route » Current Current
Victoria Bay, Garden Route » 10 mins 7.6 km
Wilderness, Garden Route » 13 mins 17.7 km
Sedgefield, Garden Route » 18 mins 22.6 km
Glentana, Garden Route » 23 mins 29.3 km
Klein Brakrivier, Garden Route » 29 mins 44.6 km
Knysna, Garden Route » 36 mins 48.2 km
Hartenbos, Garden Route » 37 mins 51.9 km
Mossel Bay, Garden Route » 42 mins 64.9 km
Harkerville, Garden Route » 49 mins 67.0 km
Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route » 1 hour 3 mins 80.6 km
Boggoms Bay, Garden Route » 1 hour 2 mins 82.5 km
Keurbooms River, Garden Route » 1 hour 7 mins 86.8 km
The Crags, Garden Route » 1 hour 11 mins 97.3 km
Albertinia, Garden Route » 1 hour 7 mins 104 km
Natures Valley, Garden Route » 1 hour 26 mins 112 km
Still Bay, Garden Route » 1 hour 43 mins 140 km
Riversdale, Garden Route » 1 hour 32 mins 142 km
Heidelberg WC, Garden Route » 1 hour 43 mins 171 km

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