GRNP Management Plans
The indigenous forest areas managed as part of the Garden Route National Park, is subjected to Forestry Stewardship Council audits annually. SANParks would like to share a summary of the monitoring results with the public:
Registraton of Commercial Operators
- Chapter 1
- Chapter 2: Strategic Framework
- Chapter 3: Regional Tourism Environment
- Chapter 4: National and Regional Tourism Market Assessment
- Chapter 5: Planning Domain Assessment
- Chapter 6: Tourism Development Areas
- Chapter 7: Wilderness TDA
- Chapter 8: Goukamma TDA
- Chapter 9: Robberg TDA
- Chapter 10: Tsitsikamma TDA
- Chapter 11: Marketing Plan
Handbooks and Supporting Data:
- The Garden Route Biodiversity Sector Plan for the southern regions of the Kouga and Koukamma Municipalities
- The Garden Route Biodiversity Sector Plan for the George, Knysna and Bitou Municipalities
- Cape FSP Aquatic Management Guidelines
- Ecosystem Guidelines for Environmental Assessment in the Western Cape
- Critical Biodiversity Areas of the Garden Route
- The Garden Route Critical Biodiversity Areas Map
Critical Biodiversity Areas (CBA) Map & Associated Maps
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Did You Know?
Did You Know?
- The GRNP has the single largest block of Afromontane forest in South Africa including the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma sandstone fynbos areas, Mountains, forest and coast in close proximity and scenic beauty.