Blazing orange carpets of aloe rising out of the fynbos like an army of red hot pokers, are a sure sign that you’re entering the country’s Aloe Capital.
Situated between the Langeberg Mountains in the north and the warm Indian Ocean in the south ,this floral paradise and Cape Floral Region World Heritage Site on South Africa’s Garden Route, offers a destination ‘away from the maddening crowd’ and days of sheer enjoyment.
The town and surrounds offers an eclectic mix of attractions and activities , including a pukka South African game drive experience, as you follow in the footsteps of the BIG 5!
Whether it’s the thrill of adventure that tempts you to try your skills at 4x4 trailing, relaxing in the pool after a day’s hiking, or bird-watching along the banks of the Gourits River, you’ll find a variety of activities to interest and excite you!
Before leaving the folds of this hospitable town, don’t miss the experience of viewing the unique Cape fynbos, of which more than 8500 species can be found along South Africa’s Cape coast.
Be sure to log on to www.hessequa tourism.co.za to see what's on offer in this lovely region.