Redberry Farm, in George on the Garden Route, is an ideal destination for berry-lovers, fun-seeking families and outdoor enthusiasts. This idyllic farmstead is a commercial strawberry grower and popular family entertainment venue that appeals to visitors of all ages.
Experiences on offer include picking your own strawberries, exploring the largest permanent hedge maze in the Southern Hemisphere, a Tea Garden and Farm Stall, the Red Shed Coffee & Berry Bar, a miniature train ride on the Redberry Express, a large outdoor playground, pedal go-carts and pony rides. We also have bumper boats and bubble balls on the dam.
Visitors can experience a taste of paradise with Framboos’s handcrafted ice cream, the Noshery’s wood-fired pizza and Houtbosch’s local wines and craft beer.
All aboard the Diaz Express, a fun rail experience for the whole family run on the existing Transnet rail network in the Garden Route region
of South Africa, between George and the seaside resort of Mossel Bay.
Mossel Bay, a popular tourist destination, serves as the main point of departure with excursions to a variety of attractions including the ever
popular Santos Beach, Great Brak River, Glentana and Maalgate.
All excursions have lovely views over the Indian Ocean (with a ringside seat for whale watching during the season), river estuaries and the
indigenous plant life of the Cape Floral Kingdom.
The St. Blaize Trail is a popular 13.5 km (6 hour) hike that follows the 30 meter contour along the cliffs westwards from the Cape St. Blaize Lighthouse.
It begins at the cave below the Lighthouse, and ends at Dana Bay (you can walk it in either direction), and is marked with the sign of the Oystercatcher.
Parking is available at both the St. Blaize Cave and Dana Bay.
* For your own safety, do not walk alone
* Take water to drink, there is none available on the trail
* Arrange for transport at the end of the trail
* Cell phone signal cannot be guaranteed for the full length of the trail
Jakkalsvlei is situated at the foot of the Langeberg Mountain which is 40 km from the Indian Ocean. The farm produces roughly 300 000 liters annually from 50 Ha of operating vineyards.
18 Ha of vines from the farm are used in the production of our Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat and Pinotage being the most notable.
Jakkalsvlei continues to be one of the Garden Route’s most popular destinations. For first-time visitors, it’s usually love at first sight after experiencing the breathtaking vineyard and mountain views that the farm has to offer.
The longest over-the-ocean zipline in the world
Approximate length of the zipline is 1150m height above sea level 90m average ziplining speed 80KM/H.
Novices and pros alike are welcome. Sunscreen, a warm securable jacket (just in case) and sense of adventure are suggested. There has been the odd splash/soak from an incoming wave so a towel is also recommended!
A professional photographer is available to take a photo of your experience.
The Bartolomeu Dias Museum Complex includes the site where it is thought that the first recorded contact between the Khoekhoen and European seafarers happened.
It is here where the Portuguese seafarer Bartolomeu Dias, the first European who managed to sail around the southern tip of Africa, landed in 1488. Dias’s
journey not only opened the sea route between Europe and Asia but would eventually lead to the colonization of southern Africa.
While colonialism’s devastating consequences for the local people are acknowledged today, the museum was established to celebrate the 'achievement' of