The Boardwalk Lodge Guesthouse is ideally located in the lush indigenous forests of Wilderness on the magnificent Garden Route in South Africa. It is set halfway between George and Knysna in the Western Cape of South Africa.
Wilderness in the Garden Route, South Africa is home to sparkling rivers and lagoons, lush indigenous forests, pristine beaches and spectacular natural beauty. This peaceful town is ideal for a tranquil seaside holiday. Wilderness is situated 15 kilometres (9.3 miles) east from George, between the Kaaimans River and the Goukamma Nature Reserve.
Wilderness overlooks the Serpentine Lagoon, meandering between the Touw River, Island Lake and Rondevlei. This area is a hot spot for water skiing enthusiasts, attracting visitors from all over South Africa and the world.
The Wilderness National Park is a 2500 hectare wilderness area and home to 5 lakes, 2 estuaries and 18 kilometres (11.2 miles) of sparkling Southern Cape coastline. The Wilderness National Park is surrounded by a national lake area, a sensitive area inhabiting a myriad of waterbirds, including the Knysna Loerie.
The Garden Route:
The Garden Route is a vast and beautiful expanse of rivers, pristine beaches, dramatic mountain ranges and dense forests. A drive through the Garden Route is indeed an unforgettable and worthwhile experience. This beautiful area stretches over the Outeniqua Mountains into the Klein Karoo, home of Ostrich farms and the stunning Cango Caves. No trip to South Africa would be complete without descending onto this natural jewel.