Groot Brak River Accommodation

Groot Brak River Accommodation

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Directions to Groot Brak from main cities in South Africa will vary depending on your starting point. Below are directions from three major cities: Cape Town, Johannesburg, and Durban.

Traveling From Cape Town:

Take the N2 highway eastbound towards Mossel Bay.

Continue on the N2 past Mossel Bay, heading in the direction of George.

Groot Brak is located between Mossel Bay and George. Look for signs indicating the Groot Brak River exit.

Take the Groot Brak River turnoff and follow the local roads to reach Groot Brak.

Traveling From Johannesburg:

Head south on the N1 highway towards Bloemfontein.

In Bloemfontein, take the N12 highway towards Kimberley.

Continue on the N12 until you reach the N1 again, then head south towards Cape Town.

In Beaufort West, take the N12/N9 towards George.

Once in George, connect to the N2 and head towards Mossel Bay.

Look for signs indicating the Groot Brak River exit and follow local roads to reach Groot Brak.

Traveling From Durban:

Take the N3 highway westbound towards Pietermaritzburg.

In Pietermaritzburg, connect to the N2 highway and head south towards Amamzimitoti.

Continue on the N2 through Port Shepstone, passing through various towns along the way.

Follow the N2 towards George, passing through towns like Knysna.

Look for signs indicating the Groot Brak River exit and follow local roads to reach Groot Brak.

Always use a navigation system or map for real-time guidance, as road conditions and routes may change. Additionally, consider checking for any updates or construction activities that might affect your journey. Safe travels!

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