Dolphins Point, a lookout rest-area overlooking the Indian Ocean that fronts Wilderness and its beaches, is a mere five minutes away by car in the direction of George. Dolphins are frequent visitors and whales can be seen from June to November.
From the mountain top above Kaaiman's Pass and Dolphins Point paragliders ride the thermals, carrying more adventurous explorers back and forth across the highway and cliffs, finally to land on the beaches below.
Less than 2 minutes drive from Wilderness Village, the lagoon, Touw River, shops, restaurants and beaches.
Being so centrally situated, Wilderness is an ideal place to base oneself in order to explore other places of interest on the garden route.
Head to Oudtshoorn to visit the famous Cango Caves and numerous Ostrich Farms. The town is a mere 60 km away in the hinterland, on the other side of the magnificent Outeniqua Mountain Range through which one drives en route.
The famous Outeniqua Tjoe-Choo steam locomotive can be viewed at the Railway Museum in George.
Approximately nine golf courses are situated within a 50 km radius of Wilderness, some of the best in the country!
Knysna, 50 km away, is home of the famous Knysna Oyster which is readily available at Knysna's Oyster factory as well as numerous restaurants along the Garden Route.
Knysna is also famous for its waterfront, yachts and lagoon cruises that provide exquisite views of the Knysna Heads - Knysna's gateway to the Indian Ocean.
Or head to Mossel Bay for some serious adventure - shark cage diving!
From N2, turn onto George Road, into the Wilderness Village area, towards the mountain. Carry on to the T junction, about 500 meters. Turn right at T junction. Carry on approx 300 meters and turn left onto Limberlost Lane. Carry on approx 300 meters and Mont Fleur is on the left hand side of the street.