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African Oceans In Mossel Bay
Inspired by the rhythmic waves rolling onto the golden sand and the majestic Outeniqua mountains, African Oceans echoes perfection. Situated in the heart of the Garden Route, virtually on the shoreline, this is the destination to create lasting memories.
South African Museum & Planetarium
The Planetarium, which is housed in the South African Museum building in Cape Town, is a celestial theater in the round, utilizing the complex Minolta star machine and multiple projectors to transport the audience through the wonders of the universe. The ultimate in armchair travel.
Inside the domed auditorium, we can recreate the night sky, so whatever the weather outside, the Planetarium sky is always clear, an extraordinary audio-visual experience for old and young.
Highgate Ostrich Farm
Oudtshoorn is home to the world’s largest bird, the ostrich. It also has the largest population of ostriches and ostrich farms on this planet. A trip to an ostrich farm is one of the more popular activities in the Garden Route. Guests can even ride an ostrich just like what Tonet did or merely just observe these graceful animals
Garden Route Game Lodge
Located near Albertinia, overlooking the Langeberg Mountain Range. It is surrounded by lush vegetation and various animals can often be seen.
West Coast Fossil Park
The West Coast Fossil Park is a fossil park near Langebaanweg, Western Cape, South Africa. The fossil sites of Langebaanweg have exceptionally well-preserved remains of fossil fauna that date to circa 5.2 million years ago. In this period sea levels were higher and many now extinct animals lived in the riverine forests, wooded savanna and along the sea coast near the present day Langebaanweg site. Phosphate mining operations at Langebaanweg uncovered these rich fossil deposits. The fossils include bones of over 200 different animal species. This represents possibly the greatest diversity of five million year-old fossils found anywhere in the world.