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Route 62

- The world's longest wine route -

Route 62 is an area of magnificent landscapes and high cliffs, crystal clear streams and an abundance of trees and indigenous plants. Route 62 goes through majestic mountain passes, vineyards and orchards and offers you a variety of attractions along the way.
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Route 62 is one of the most beautiful routes in South Africa but also one of the least known. The route extends 850 km from Cape Town in the west, via Oudtshoorn, Garden Route and all the way to Port Elizabeth in the east. Route 62 is a more scenic alternative to travelling along the busier N2 motorway which goes farther south along the coast. Route 62 takes its name from the road R62 that the route follows the between Montagu and Humansdorp.

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Route 62 is also a wine route that includes the wine regions of Paarl, Wellington, Tulbagh, Worcester, Robertson and Klein Karoo and is the longest wine route in the world.

Along Route 62 there are a number of towns that all have something to offer. You can do everything from stopping at wineries and reserves, visit museums, take a culture tour and, for those who want to get a little exercise there are bike and canoe trips, hiking, horseback riding, fishing and much, much more.

Route 62 is a perfect route for those who want to self drive – the roads are in good condition, there is plenty of accommodation along the way and, not to mention, all the activities offered along the route.
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