Hyatt Regency Oubaai Golf Resort & Spa

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406 Herolds Bay Road, George, 6528, South Africa
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Travel Tips for George


by Grootpiet

George plays host to the Southwestern Districts (now the Eagles) rugby team. Games are regularly held at the stadium, on the outskirts of town, just follow Courtenay street direction Oudsthoorn, it's just after the Hospital


by nora_south_africa

Trips with the Outeniqua Power Van is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Garden Route. This is a unique experience and you can enjoy the Garden Route from the comfort of rail busses .Daily trips between 07:00 and 21:00 in summer and between 10:00 and 17:00 in winter

Travel in the Outeniqua Mountains, one of the most scenic railway passes in the country. Experience the forest and four passes, waterfalls and 6 tunnels, fynbos and proteas, bird and animal life and the panoramic picnic area.

Oysters on the rocks

by Grootpiet

About 20 mins. west of George, are two little places called Tergniet and Reebok. At spring low tide, the rock shelves are a wonderful place to shell oysters, and have them fresh on the rocks with some lemon, pepper & a nice bottle of champagne.

Try not to net the wildlife in the picture though!

Visit Victoria Bay

by nora_south_africa

One of the smallest and most hidden beautiful bays on the Garden Route. Traveling along the N2 National Road it is 3km off the N2 and situated between George and Wilderness. Victoria Bay, a cove enclosed by cliffs.


by morne

I recently had the opportunity to travel with my good VT friends mvtouring & ChristaV down to George and had the time of my life. Nestling at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains, George finds itself at the centre of natures “Garden Route” in the Cape Wildflower Floral Kingdom. George is the sixth oldest town in South Africa and was named after the monarch reigning in 1811, King George III. The Outeniqua forests were the reason the Dutch East India Company, in 1776, established a woodcutters outpost on the site of what became George in 1811. It was declared a drostdy by the Earl of Caledon on 23 April 1811. George gained municipal status in 1837.
This place offers somuch to its visitors, I would recommend it to everyone visiting South Africa.


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Address: 406 Herolds Bay Road, George, 6528, South Africa