Things To Do in George

George Tourist Attractions- George is a city in South Africa’s Western Cape, on a coastal stretch known as the Garden Route. It’s known for its golf courses and the George Museum, which has exhibits on the local timber industry. The Outeniqua Transport Museum has steam trains and vintage cars. The Garden Route Botanical Garden features trails and local fynbos plants. The Seven Passes road to Knysna town winds through the Outeniqua Mountains.

George Tourist Attractions The Kaaimans River, also known as Keerom River, is a river in the Western Cape, South Africa. The mouth of the river lies near Wilderness. Further upriver, the Kaaimans River Gorge is an ideal place for hiking and whitewater kayaking.
 George Tourist Attractions Redberry Farm– Enjoy a range of family activities at Redberry Farm in George including strawberry picking, the largest hedge maze in the Southern Hemisphere and more! Address: Geelhoutboom Road, Blanco, George, 6530
 George Tourist Attractions The Outeniqua Transport Museum is a railway museum located in George, South Africa. The museum holds 21 steam locomotives, amongst other vehicles. Its collection includes Paul Kruger’s coach and private saloons and the coach that Princess Elizabeth slept in during King George VI and the Royal Family’s 1947 visit to South Africa.


 George Tourist Attractions The Garden Route Botanical Garden located in George, Western Cape and borders the Outeniqua Nature Reserve. The Garden focuses on plants native to the Southern Cape region. It also houses the Southern Cape Herbarium.
 George Tourist Attractions Victoria Bay is a small cove in the Western Cape, South Africa. It is situated on the Garden Route between George and Wilderness. It is a popular beach for surfers, consisting of a right hand reef-like wave which rolls over small boulder-like rocks for about 200m.
 George Tourist Attractions Herold Wines is unique. At between 650m and 700m its vines are rooted at a higher altitude than most other South African vineyards. This, together with frequent mountain mists, icy winter frosts and snow, cooling summer south easterly winds drawn by the Outeniquas from the nearby Indian Ocean and year round rainfall, …
 George Tourist Attractions The Outeniqua Farmers‘ Market in George is located opposite the Garden Route Mall on the N2. The five-hectare site is the home to nearly 80 food and craft stalls offering produce and goods created by local farmers and skilled craft people.
 George Tourist Attractions George Museum is a cultural history museum located in the town of George, Western Cape, South Africa. It preserves the history of the town of George with a special focus on the timber industry. It also houses an art collection.
 George Tourist Attractions  St Mark’s Cathedral is the seat of the Diocese of George. The present bishop is Brian Melvin Marajh. History. On 23 April 1811 a portion of the District of Swellendam, East of the Gouritz River, was proclaimed a separate district and named George Town after the reigning British …
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