George lies just north of the Western Cape of South Africa. The city itself is a low-key place – but it’s just a hop, skip and jump away from the dramatic coastline that kicks off the legendary Garden Route. This is one of the best road trips in the world – a swooping coastline of Indian Ocean vistas and soft sand beaches. Golf courses and a couple of mountain ranges paint the inland region.
But how easy is it to get a cheap flight from Johannesburg to George? Two words – really easy. A range of cheap direct flights take off from Johannesburg every day.
Direct flights from Johannesburg to George last just under 2 hours. Flights with stopovers can take a lot longer – anywhere between 4 and 26 hours.
Looking for a direct flight? Try South African Airways, kulula.com, Mango Airlines or Safair. Indirect flights combine multiple carriers, including British Airways and SA Airlink.
Around 7 flights travel between Johannesburg and George a day. Want more choice? Check out flights with stopovers.
Most Johannesburg to George flights take off from O. R. Tambo International Airport, AKA Johannesburg Airport. A few flights depart from Lanseria International Airport. All flights land in George Airport.
The cheapest flights from Johannesburg to George are usually the direct routes by South African Airways.
George is a South African city that doubles as a launchpad for one of the best drives in South Africa – the Garden Route. Ragged headlands and sandy beaches carve the coast, protected by marine reserves and animal-laden national parks. Look inland, and you’ll spy ostrich farms and ancient forests.
Just make sure to check out George before putting the city in your rear-view mirror. Moedergemeente Church and George Museum are great for a shot of culture. Then there’s the Garden Route Botanical Garden, where native plants bloom against a mountainous backdrop.
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