George is the sixth oldest town in South Africa, placed at the base of the Outeniqua mountains. Although it is the largest centre and the main business hub on the Garden Route, it is also the only big town that does not lie on the coast. Here are some of the best attractions of George.
The only one of its type in the country, it is housed in a cavernous shed alongside the railway bridge in Courtenay Street. Displays contain coaches, locomotives, and replica of an old railway station - plus other animal-drawn transport and vehicles.
This is a little rail bus that trundles up the Outeniqua mountains along the old tracks, to the top of the historic Montagu Pass. There is a guide on board who will find you in on remarkable things.
This museum placed behind the library and housed in the Old Drostdy, built in 1811. The big emphasis is on the timber industry.
Beaches - near Herold Bay and George Victoria Bay are two little, wonderful coves flanked by a few houses and sheltered by headlands. They are both famous with sun worshippers. They provide best surf swimming and surfing, and have tidal pools for family fun.
The distance of George flights from Johannesburg is 1039 kilometers.
The common Johannesburg to George flight time is an hour and 55 minutes.
There are forty-two direct flights from Johannesburg to George.
Comair provides 54 percent of the nonstop Johannesburg to George flights.
Around seven flights travel between George and Johannesburg a day.
32 flights departures from Johannesburg to George per day on average.
• Early morning - thirteen percent of flight departures
• Morning - fifty-three percent of flight departures
• Afternoon - thirty-four percent of flight departures
• Johannesburg is 645 miles from George.
• Fourteen non-stop flights are operating from Johannesburg to George.
• Kulula has the most nonstop flights between George and Johannesburg.
• Cape Town, South Africa - Cape Town Intl is the most famous link for one stop flights between George and Johannesburg.