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George is the capital and industrial hub of the Southern Cape. It is also the sixth oldest town in South Africa. It has sophisticated infrastructure, conference facilities, private schools, major shopping centres, sporting facilities and a large industrial area. The town has many cultural and historical landmarks and is ideally located between the Indian Ocean and the Small Karoo.Situated approximately 430 kilometres out of Cape Town, George is widely regarded as the hub of the Southern Cape Region, and an ideal base from which to explore the Southern Cape and Little Karoo. George is easily accessible with a good road network and George Airport which links the Southern Cape and Little Karoo hinterland to the major centres of South Africa. It is the business hub of the region and offers a variety of conference facilities, restaurants, tourist attractions and activities. George offers a variety of activities throughout the year. The Outeniqua Transport Museum houses a large collection of steam locomotives and carriages dating back to the glorious age of steam. It also serves as the departure and arrival point for the Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe, the only remaining scheduled steam train service in South Africa. The Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe operates between George and Mossel Bay. The museum is also the departure and arrival point for the Outeniqua Power Van, a motorized trolley which offers trips deep into the Outeniqua Mountains from where the most scenic views of the Garden Route can be experienced. Enjoy country pleasures while exploring the Outeniqua Country Hop Route. Winding up from the delightful Herolds Bay on the R404, turning off through farmlands to explore strawberry and herb farms and partake in cheese and candle making while children and adults alike enjoy the dairy farm, horse riding and mountain biking. The more energetic can play serious or amateur golf, walk or cycle the foothills of the Outeniqua Mountains. Blanco still retains the quaintness of an old fashioned village with diverse cultures and budding entrepreneurs. Drive up the Outeniqua Pass and explore the hops and flower farms of Waboomskraal. Complete the route by exploring the old Montagu Pass, constructed by engineer Sir Henry Fancourt-White, to Herold. Visit the Herold Wines cellar and the 4 x 4 routes. George Tourism Joan Shaw Tourism Manager 044 801 9103 – jshaw@george.gov.za

 


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