Travellers traverse the Garden Route with a comfortable stay in an expansive hotel setting with accommodation for two adults at The Wilderness Hotel
Choose between these options:
- R749 for a two-night stay for two
- R1 099 for a three-night stay for two
The Hotel at a Glance
Based along the Garden Route in bustling Wilderness, the hotel is a comfortable and expansive property boasting 150 rooms. Although the surrounding area is packed with sights and sounds, guests will find the onsite hotel amenities to be ample to keep them busy. Active travellers can stay fit in the fitness centre, while families can compete on the tennis court. A games room provides entertainment for old and young alike, and the squash courts will get hearts racing. Two swimming pools are ideal for whiling away an afternoon, the bowling green sets a relaxed pace for travellers who prefer leisurely activities.
- Active travellers can stay fit in the fitness centre, while families can compete on the tennis court
- A games room and squash court provide entertainment that will get hearts racing
- Two swimming pools and a bowling green
The hotel offers travellers 150 bedrooms with a host of amenities for a comfortable stay.
- In-room safe
- Hair dryer and daily newspaper
- Maximum occupancy: Two adults
What to do on The Garden Route
A popular and scenic stretch of the south-eastern coast, the Garden Route stretches from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape to the Storms River, over the Paul Sauer Bridge in the extreme western reach of the neighbouring Eastern Cape.
The ultimate tourist escape, with activities ranging from the daring Bloukrans Bungee Jump, ziplining through the Tsitsikamma forest, coming face to face with elephants or perfecting your swing with a game of golf at one of the many lush golf courses, there’s something for everyone along the Garden Route.
Ecologically diverse and verdant vegetation mingles with numerous lagoons and lakes dotted along the coast, the beautiful stretch is home to a vast number of prestigious wine estates, golf courses, and other attractions like the Addo Elephant Park – the third largest national park in South Africa – the Cango Caves or Tsitsikamma Canopy Tours. Travellers can fill up on adrenalin with scuba-diving or blackwater tubing on Storms River, while the more laid-back can get their nature fix at Birds of Eden or seeing the Route from a different perspective with a scenic helicopter flight.
White sandy beaches, beautiful landscapes and a wide range of art, shopping, culture and nature, there’s something for everyone along the Garden Route.