Garden Route National Park
The Garden Route National Park is located in the Garden Route locale of the Western Cape and Eastern Cape regions in South Africa. It is a seaside save surely understood for its indigenous backwoods, sensational coastline, and the Otter Trail. It was set up by amalgamating the current Tsitsikamma and Wilderness National Parks, the Knysna National Lake Area, and different zones of state-possessed land.
The Garden Route National Park is a mosaic of indigenous woods, seaside fynbos, mountains, streams, lakes, and seas that extend along South Africa’s tasty South Coast – a standout amongst the most scenic coastlines on the planet.
The recreation center has three sections: The Tsitsikamma area, the Knysna lakes segment and the Wilderness Section.
Bird enthusiasts won’t be baffled as these environments pull in countless species including the colourful and vivid Narina Trogon and the Knysna Turaco.
Park wildlife incorporates ratels, cape clawless otters, caracals, blue duikers, and rare and jeopardized winged animals, for example, the Knysna Lourie (a turaco), the African dark oystercatcher, and Narina trogon.
The park is a climber’s heaven with various trails getting you closer to the stunning landscape.