Agulhas Accommodation

Agulhas Accommodation

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From Cape Town:

Via N2 and R316:

    • Take the N2 highway east from Cape Town.
    • Continue on the N2 and then take the R316 towards Grabouw.
    • Follow the R316 through Napier, and it will lead you to Bredasdorp.
    • From Bredasdorp, follow the signs to Agulhas.

Via N2 and R319:

    • Alternatively, you can take the N2 and then the R319 towards Caledon.
    • Continue on the R319 through Napier, and it will also lead you to Bredasdorp.
    • From Bredasdorp, follow the signs to Agulhas.

From Port Elizabeth:

Via N2 and R324:

    • Take the N2 highway west from Port Elizabeth.
    • Continue on the N2 and then take the R324 towards Jeffreys Bay.
    • Follow the R324 through Joubertina and Krakeel River.
    • Connect to the R62 and then the R60 towards Swellendam.
    • From Swellendam, take the R319 towards Bredasdorp, and follow signs to Agulhas.

From Johannesburg:

Via N1 and R60:

    • Take the N1 highway south from Johannesburg towards Cape Town.
    • Near Worcester, connect to the R60 towards Robertson and Swellendam.
    • Continue on the R60 to Swellendam.
    • From Swellendam, take the R319 towards Bredasdorp, and follow signs to Agulhas.

From Durban:

Via N3, N1, and R60:

    • Take the N3 and then connect to the N1 towards Cape Town.
    • Near Worcester, connect to the R60 towards Robertson and Swellendam.
    • Continue on the R60 to Swellendam.
    • From Swellendam, take the R319 towards Bredasdorp, and follow signs to Agulhas.

These directions provide a general overview, and it’s advisable to use navigation tools or GPS for real-time guidance. Road conditions may vary, so it’s also a good idea to check for any updates before your journey.

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