About A Wave Song
Fully equipped self-catering units consisting of en-suite bathrooms, private entrances, safe parking and excellent sea views over the whole of the Wilderness beaches and lakes.
Perched high above the quaint town of Wilderness, amongst untouched mountain greenery and boasting breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and gorgeous beaches. Wooden decks offer sunset views while sipping a cold glass of wine. The area is rich in wild life, and with such a tranquil setting the only neighbours you need worry about are the huge variety of beautiful birds.
As part of the famous Garden Route, Wilderness is in close proximity to some of the country's top golf courses, including Fancourt, Pinnacle Point, Oubaai, Simola and Pezula. Nearby towns are Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, George and Oudtshoorn.
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A Wave Song Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Wilderness
(1.9 km from Wilderness)
The popular Giant Kingfisher Trail leads to a stunning little waterfall that is fabulous for a swim and a picnic. A little effort is required at the start but the going gets easier on this well-maintained SANParks trail that features an extensive...
(3.4 km from Wilderness)
Map of Africa in Wilderness lookout point is situated near Hoekwil. The setting of the river flowing around the hill makes the view look like a map of Africa. It is also a very popular paragliding spot, and has spectacular views of the Wilderness...
(6.7 km from Wilderness)
One of the least demanding walks in the Wilderness area, the 5 km Brownhooded Kingfisher Trail follows the meandering course of the Duiwe River. Lush river woodlands line the riverbanks and the path crosses the river frequently. Take care when...
(9.5 km from Wilderness)
Set within the stunning Wilderness National Park and on the shores of Langvlei, the Malachite Bird Hide is definitely worth a visit for twitchers and nature lovers. Spend some time watching the numerous waterfowl, kingfishers and other birds in this...