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The Darwin Primate Group is situated in The Garden Route – one of South Africa’s most sought after tourist destinations.
Visit us for an exclusive wildlife experience with the added bonus of all the attractions offered by this beautiful stretch of coastline.





The Garden Route is a coastal corridor on the western coast of South Africa, where

 ancient forests, rivers, wetlands, dunes, stretches of beach, lakes, mountain scenery

 and indigenous fynbos all merge to form a landscape of restorative beauty.

This is a strip of land like no other in the world in terms of beauty, natural attractions

 and unique flora and fauna – hence its name. Three of South Africa’s top hikes take

 place here – the Otter Trail and the Tsitsikama and Dolphin trails and man’s footprint

 has made little impact on the rugged and sometimes inaccessible coastline.

 The Garden Route is a paradise for eco-lovers, bird watchers and solitude seekers

 and one of the most beautiful parts of the Western Cape.

It lies sandwiched between the Outeniqua Mountains and the Indian Ocean and is on
 every tourist’s itinerary. The Garden Route is a popular holiday destination during
 summer and a tranquil hideaway during the winter months – both seasons are
 equally beautiful and attractive due to the largely Mediterranean climate of the
 Garden Route

CONTACT US FOR ENQUIRING ABOUT VISITING THE DARWIN PRIMATE GROUP
IMAGES: Scenes from the Darwin Primate Group – Canoeing the Keurbooms River, Hiking to view the seal colony at Robberg, Nature’s Valley beach and Salt River Hike.
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