Wilderness section of the Garden Route National Park
Wilderness section of the Garden Route National Park Review
Much of the area now falls under the control of the Wilderness section of the Garden Route National Park, a 299,000-acre reserve that stretches east along the coast for 31 km (19 mi). This wetlands paradise draws birders from all over the country to its two blinds. Walking trails wend through the park, including the circular 10-km (6-mi) Pied Kingfisher Trail, which covers the best of what Wilderness has to offer: beach, lagoon, marsh, and river.
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