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Paragliding.

Book your tandem paragliding flight in the Garden Route

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Moonlight Meander.

For the best natural fun after dark in the Garden Route

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Childrens Activities.

Junior Citizen Science outings to inspire environmental awareness in our future generations.

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Garden Route Trail
Discover our Passion for Nature in the Garden Route.

 

 

Guiding with Distinction.

 

The scope of environmental variation in the Garden Route offers visitors to the region the option of forest, wetland, dune, Fynbos, estuary, riverine, montane and coastal experiences without having to travel vast distances. It is on this foundation of diversity that we have developed our range of guided walks, mountain biking and birding in the Garden Route. The combination of natural variation fused with our passion for nature and our scientific field research background, has allowed Mark and Amanda develop Garden Route Trail into the unsurpassed leaders of informative nature guiding in the Garden Route and Karoo.

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Guided Day Walks

Day Walks.

With a diverse network of trails in the Garden Route, we offer guided day walks for hikers wanting to learn more about the region ecology.

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Garden Route Coastal Trail

Slackpacking.

Our flagship hiking tour is a 5 day coastal slack packing hike between Wilderness and Brenton on Sea. Traversing two nature reserves and including two canoe stages, this is the most diverse coastal trail in South Africa.

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Bespoke Hiking Tours

Private Hiking Tours.

Combining our passion for nature and detailed knowledge of the numerous hiking trails in Garden Route and Karoo, we are able to compile a customized itinerary of multi day hiking to showcase the ecological diversity of the region.

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