A Tale of Two Cities (and vastly different Countries)

Coastal trips: One for the roads
3 Great Coast Road, New Zealand
Surrounded by ocean, it’s hard to choose just one of our countless seaside routes to take a roadie on. However, we know when it comes to exploring the South Island, nothing beats the wild, weathered Great Coast Road. From Westport to Greymouth, the rugged 100km road clings to the coast as it traverses the old towns of Charleston, Fox River, Punakaiki and Rapahoe. Running the edge of the West Coast you’ll be treated to views of stormy surf beaches, wind-worn cliffs and moody skies.

Knysna Heads
8 Garden Route, South Africa
White sandy beaches, mountainous forests, charming towns and boundless wetlands — the Garden Route has it all. Named after its lush and exotic vegetation, the South African coastal drive travels 300km from the Eastern Cape, through Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Little Brak River and Nature’s valley to…

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