This South African adventure had it all. The first day, literally, with only 2.5 hours sleep in the last 26 hours traveling none-stop and I’m climbing the world’s second tallest waterfall, Tugela Falls. The next day we ventured to a country I didn’t know even existed, Lesotho, which is enclaved within South Africa’s borders. We rode horses to waterfalls, watched meerkats awake and sunbathe, met local children in class and helped feed others at a soup kitchen, drank the local sour beer in huts, went on an elephant safari and camped under the stars on the Wild Coast, got tipsy at world-renowned wineries, and ended up in the naturally gorgeous Cape Town.

Driving across South Africa is recommended. The coastal country has so much to offer. This past March, a dozen world travelers and I drove across South Africa’s Garden Route from Durban to Cape Town in our trusty Intrepid super vehicle. We camped along the way.

If you’re interested in a 14-day expedition seeing sights like my photos show, then check out Intrepid’s Garden Route Adventure. Just unreal. Here are my favourite captures I took on the adventure. Click any photo to expand. 

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Written by Ryan Bolton

Ryan is a Toronto-based writer and photographer that likes to break the rules. His work has taken him around the world to do what he truly loves—storytelling. And drinking cold beer.

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