The route includes the beautiful town of Knysna, built on the shores of a large, sparkling lagoon. Knysna’s quaint harbour adds to its charm, whilst the annual oyster festival showcases the region’s fine cuisine and delectable seafood. Plettenberg Bay, meanwhile, concludes the traditional Garden Route in style, boasting pristine beaches, forests and marine life. Known locally as ‘Plett’, this picturesque location has been voted South Africa’s ‘Best Beach Location’ for five years, consecutively. It may seem like South Africa’s best-kept secret, but scores of stunning wildlife, vibrant flora and lush fauna have long made the Garden Route their home, whilst showstopping scenic views and delightfully driveable roads make this a firm favourite with the world’s well-travelled.