Driving safety along the Wild Coast SA

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Driving safety along the Wild Coast SA

We are a group of 3 couples in their 60ís traveling to SA next April. We will do a driving road trip along the Garden Route and with all the advised precautions such as not to drive at night and keep your doors locked etc., I feel this is quite safe.

After we reach Gqeberha, 4 of the group are going home and my husband and I are planning to continue on to the Wild Coast. We are planning to stop at a lodge in the Chintsa area to do some coastal hiking; a lodge in Coffee Bay for coastal hiking and a lodge in the Drakensberg for hiking. Just wondering about the safety along the roads in this area in regards to car jackings.

Any info you could provide would be much appreciated.

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