Traveling to George? Best Online Accommodation

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Traveling From Cape Town:

  • Take the N1 out of Cape Town, heading northeast.
  • Continue on the N1, passing through towns like Worcester.
  • At the N1 and N2 split, take the N2 towards George/Mossel Bay.
  • Follow the N2, passing through towns like Swellendam and Heidelberg.
  • Continue on the N2 until you reach George.

Traveling From Johannesburg:

  • Take the N1 south out of Johannesburg.
  • Pass through towns like Bloemfontein and Colesberg.
  • At the N1 and N12 split, take the N12 towards George/Constantia.
  • Merge onto the N12 and continue until you reach the N2.
  • Take the N2 towards George.
  • Follow the N2 to reach George.

Traveling From Port Elizabeth:

Traveling From Durban:

  • Take the N3 west out of Durban.
  • Merge onto the N2 and head southwest.
  • Follow the N2, passing through towns like Port Shepstone and East London.
  • Continue on the N2 until you reach George.

Please note that road conditions and routes may change, so it’s recommended to use a navigation app or GPS device for real-time directions. Additionally, consider checking for any road closures or construction updates before your journey.

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