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  • Knysna Elephant Park
    The Knysna Elephant Park (est. 1994) was the first facility in South Africa to house and care for orphaned African elephants. Over the last 25 years, the park has cared for and raised more than 40 elephants. These animals include relocated animals, orphaned calves, elephants rescued from culls and ex-circus animals. Some have become part of the resident herd, others have moved onto other reserves and facilities in the Western and Eastern Cape, depending on their personalities, bonds with other animals and welfare needs. The present KEP herd numbers ten – the largest domesticated matriarchal herd in the country. Our style of management offers guests the opportunity to get up close and personal with our elephants, on elephant terms. Responsible and educational interactions allow guests to appreciate the awe-inspiring presence of these animals, but still give the elephants the space and freedom to choose where they want to move, what they want to eat and who they want to interact with.
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  • The Cango Caves
    Though damaged through shortsighted tourism schemes in the 1960s, these caves are still worth a visit for their eerie dark tunnels and stunning limestone formations.
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  • Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre
    Tenikwa grew from humble beginnings in 2002 when the owners started rehabilitating injured birds in a wooded shed behind their house. Today Tenikwa has grown to be one of the largest active Wildlife Rehabilitation Centres in the Western Cape, attending to a diverse variety of animals accepting both terrestrial and marine mammals and birds. Rehabilitating injured and abandoned Wildlife with the goal to release them back to the wild. Our centre rescue, rehabilitate and release between 250 - 450 wild animals annually. We work closely with nature/conservation authorities in our area, CapeNature, SANParks, BirdLife, and SANCCOB. Our Awareness Centre ensures that our Rehabilitation facilities are sustainable, funding the rehabilitation work and to raise awareness of the conservation issues in South Africa, Tenikwa offers various, programs throughout the day, catering for all ages and fitness levels with a focus on providing a conservation-based, informative tour. Guests learn about the indigenous wild cats of South Africa and why they are disappearing from our landscape.Species include African Wild Cats, Serval, Caracal, Cheetah, Leopard and Lions. The Tenikwa encounter is a great follow-on to a game reserve / safari experience; from viewing the cats at a distance to the opportunity to study these beautiful animals at close quarters. Tenikwa also has a Meerkat Meander where visitors can see Meerkats and Tortoises and there is also a variety of indigenous waterfowl, Blue Cranes and Marabou Storks to delight bird watchers. Tenikwa supports the upliftment of local communities through Eco tourism and is environmentally responsible. Entrance fees fund Tenikwa's NPO Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release Programme. Open 365 days a year. Amenities include a Tea Garden for light meals, Parking, Wheel-chair Friendly, Mothers Corner
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  • Cango Wildlife Ranch
    Cango Wildlife Ranch is internationally recognised as one of South Africa’s premier tourism attractions. Conveniently situated en route to the Cango Caves near Oudtshoorn, the Ranch offers visitors a huge variety of awe-inspiring activities at one location for a value-packed price – suitable for the whole family and open 365 days a year! In addition to our wonderful encounter programs, where you can meet an ambassador cheetah, the ranch also offers two Firsts: Lemur Falls – the first interactive Lemur experience in Africa! - and Crocodile Cage Diving - a World First - where you can test your mettle against the dangerous gaze of a Nile Crocodile via a steel cage lowered into their watery domain! As a PAAZA (Pan-African Association of Zoos and Aquaria) accredited facility, a proud member of WAZA(World Association of Zoos and Aquariums), and a multiple winner of TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence, Cango Wildlife Ranch remains a unique world-class facility which strives to provide conservation through education by means of various conservation projects, initiatives and informative guided tours! A significant percentage of all proceeds go straight back into our conservation initiatives providing you with ethical and unforgettable fun and memories. For unlimited adventure for the whole family – visit Cango Wildlife Ranch!
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  • Birds of Eden
    Birds of Eden is part of the South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance (SAASA). Birds of Eden is the largest single-dome free flight aviary in the world, spanning 2.3 hectares of natural forests, streams and dams. With over a kilometer of walkways, visitors can experience the thrill of spotting almost 3500 previously captive birds of over 200 different species flying free and living natural lives. The scenery alone warrants a visit with hundreds of different plant and tree species plus there are giant fruit bats, golden-handed tamarins and the smallest of the antelopes, Blue duikers. Visits to Birds of Eden are self-guided and you are free to wander for as long as you wish at your own pace. Guided tours for group bookings can also be arranged on request at no additional cost.
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  • Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary
    Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary is the world's first multi-species, free roaming primate sanctuary with 12 hectares of indigenous forest which is home to over 500 primates of 9 different species; Squirrel, Capuchin, Howler, Vervet and Spider monkeys, Saki, Gibbon, Ring-tailed and Black-and-white Ruffed Lemurs all enjoy the freedom to climb trees, forage amongst the undergrowth and live a life that is far removed from where they came. Ex-pets, laboratory animals and surpluses from zoos that used to live in cages now have the opportunity to behave in a way that is natural to them. Our experienced rangers will guide you on a one-hour tour of the forest, pointing out the different species whilst offering a wealth of information on their ecology and conservation. An added attraction is the 128m long suspension bridge that stretches across the forest canopy offering magnificent views of the surrounding forests.
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  • Storms River Suspension Bridge
    This picturesque suspension bridge is on one of the shorter hikes of this river gorge.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Garden Route hotels

The Robberg Beach Lodge, Misty Mountain Reserve, and Point Village Hotel are all popular resorts for travellers staying in Garden Route. See the full list: Garden Route Resorts.

Popular hotels close to Knysna Elephant Park include Hunter's Country House, Tsala Treetop Lodge, and The Old Rectory. See the full list: Hotels near Knysna Elephant Park.

Popular luxury hotels in Garden Route include Thebloem Guest Suites, Villa Afrikana Guest Suites, and Kanonkop Guest House. See the full list: Garden Route Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Cape Town Intl Airport include Hotel Verde Cape Town Airport, City Lodge Hotel Grandwest, and New National Hotel & Conference. See the full list: Hotels near Cape Town Intl Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Robberg Nature Reserve are The Old Rectory, Bayview Hotel, and Plett Quarter Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Robberg Nature Reserve.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Garden Route are Hilltop Boutique Hotel, Albertinia Hotel, and Boesmanskop. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Garden Route.

The Old Rectory, The Plettenberg, and Fancourt have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Garden Route. See the full list: Spa Hotels in Garden Route.

Thebloem Guest Suites, Kanonkop Guest House, and Falcons View Manor all received great reviews from families travelling in Garden Route. See the full list: Family Hotels Garden Route.

Popular hotels by the beach in Garden Route include The Old Rectory, The Plettenberg, and Amanzi Island Boutique Hotel. See the full list: Garden Route Beach Hotels.

Thebloem Guest Suites, Villa Afrikana Guest Suites, and Kanonkop Guest House received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in Garden Route. See the full list: Romantic Hotels in Garden Route.