Nestled at the foot of the Riviersonderend mountains range, the village holds a variety of lovely activities for nature lovers and go-with-the-flow travellers alike. Here are our top 10 things to do in Greyton this summer...
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Greyton Nature Reserve is 2 200 hectares in size, which makes it the third largest Nature Reserve in the Cape, and lies on the sheer slopes of the Riviersonderend Mountains.
Many people think that the 75-odd kilometres of the R44 from Gordon’s Bay along the Whale Route is probably the most interesting and exciting stretch of road in South Africa.
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