Last month I took a few weeks off and with a friend embarked on a road trip along the Garden Route. An early start from Cape Town and 5 hours later we stopped in Knysna for lunch at the Heads before carrying on to the Tsitsikamma section of the Garden Route National Park. We had planned to camp but I was little nervous of the winter weather along the coast and so opted to stay in the Forest Cabins. Nestled in amongst the dense foliage they don’t have a sea view but you are only 50 metres away from the Indian Ocean crashing against the rocks of this rugged coastline.
I had never been to the Tsitsikamma National Park before and I have to say it was spectacularly beautiful. We met a couple in the caravan section who said that they’ve been coming to the park every year for a week they love it so much. You might not be able to go on a game drive or see any of the big five in Tsitsikamma but what you can do is continue reading + 7 photos
April in the Cape can be a bit of a gamble weather wise, it’s either cold and wet or it’s warm and sunny. As you can see it was absolutely stunning as we left Cape Town and just three hours later we arrived at Lagoon House, where some of us stayed whilst others were in the Rest Camp. The location of Lagoon House is read more + 6 photos
It is days like these during the winter months that make you feel like there is no greater place to live. The reason I’m going to miss Cape Town is that tomorrow I am heading overseas (more about that in my next post) but I will be back and hopefully by then the weather will have improved and everyday will be like today.