The Kaaiman’s River Pass boasts several records. Although a fairly short pass in terms of distance, the curves are extremely sharp and the gradient is steep. The pass connects George in the west with Wilderness in the east and traverses magnificent scenery with steep mountainsides, where the amber coloured waters of the Kaaimans River are crossed via the first curved bridge built in South Africa in 1952. The pass provides perfect views of the famous rail bridge at the mouth of the estuary and plays host to Dolphin Point – a perennial favourite with tourists offering 270 degree views including one of the best panoramas of Widerness beach.
Do the Kaaimans River Kloofing (about 5-6 hours). Picnic along the way.