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September 19th, 2015 by

shutterstock 142980538 - South Africa's 5 Best Lazy Sunday Drives Written By: Nic Bowen

Chapman’s Peak Route in Cape Town.
If you’re living in Cape Town and are in need of a scenic Sunday drive, you can’t do better than Chapman’s Peak. With 114 curves in the road, you’ll be able to enjoy views of the beautiful coastline including Hout Bay. There are also plenty of roadside stop areas for you to stretch your legs and enjoy a bite to eat.
The Garden Route along the N2.
Regularly voted as one of the best drives in the whole country, the Garden Route stretches from the mouth of the Strormsrivier all the way to Mossel Bay. What makes this an ideal Sunday drive is that you can pick a part of the route to explore for a few hours, and return in the following weeks to drive the other parts. The Garden Route also has plenty of activities like whale watching and hiking trails along the way.
Clarence Drive in Cape Town.
At only 21 kilometres long, this one is the perfect distance for a Sunday drive. The road takes you along the coast from Gordon’s Bay till Betty’s Bay. There is a lot of diverse wildlife along the route such as baboons and plenty of bird life. Plenty of beaches to stop at for a Sunday lunch or a swim. Just keep in mind that the waters around the area are subject to strong currents.
The Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape.
If exploring rugged terrain and unspoiled coastline is your idea of a great Sunday drive then the Wild Coast is just for you! You’ll need a 4X4 for most of the gravel roads in the area, and there are some serious off-road sections. Passing areas such as Coffee Bay, Port St Johns and finishing in East London, there are plenty of small villages and holiday hamlets to see. This is Sunday driving at it’s most adventurous, so grab your mates, some beers and head out onto the wild open road!
Sani Pass in KwaZulu-Natal.
Another one of the country’s most popular drives, the Sani Pass extends through the heart of KwaZulu-Natal to the borders of Lesotho. This is another one that may require a 4X4 for some of the more beaten tracks, but also offers the best mountain views in the entire country. So grab your friends, some friends and get ready for a Sunday drive like no other!
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