Focus on Uniondale, Garden Route, South Africa
Uniondale, a small town in the Little Karoo, South Africa, came about by the joining of two towns (Hopedale & Lyon) in 1856. It is predominantly a sheep, goat, seed and apple farming community.
Uniondale is a great place to spend a few days traveling and enjoying the Klein Karoo scenery. Being only an hour away from George and an hour and a half from Plettenberg Bay and Knysna over the breathtaking Prince Alfred Pass, Uniondale offers the ideal breakaway to Karoo living. The Prince Alfred's Pass was designed and built by Thomas Baines and still has the original hand packed stone retaining walls.
Uniondale is ideally situated to form part of circular tourist routes that include destinations such as Oudtshoorn, Baviaanskloof, Port Elizabeth, Knysna and George. It is also at the end or start of the popular Route 62 and adjacent to the Langkloof known for it's fruit as well as indigenous flora farms.
A variety of activities are on offer in the region such as scenic drives, 4x4 trails, guest farms, agri tourism, hiking trails, game viewing excursions and a rich history.
San Rock Art
4X4 & Quad Bike Trails
Article from: www.places.co.za