Moving from Cape Town to George
Are you thinking about moving from Cape Town to George? If you want a move that goes off without a hitch, look no further than Cape Movers. With our expertise and commitment to excellence, we make your relocation to George a wonderful experience.
What Makes George a Desirable Place to Stay?
George attracts visitors with its scenic location, cultural diversity, and sense of adventure along the Garden Route. There were 210,946 people living in George in the year 2020. The majestic Indian Ocean and the stunning Outeniqua Mountains combine to form a spectacular backdrop for a wide variety of activities.
You can learn about the area’s history at the Outeniqua Transport Museum, experience the buzz of the Outeniqua Family Market, and relax in the tranquilly of the Garden Route Botanical Gardens. In George, every day is a chance to do something exciting and make memories that will last a lifetime.
We also offer moving services from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth.
George’s economy and schools
George places a high value on education; the city’s 82 percent matriculation pass rate in 2019 and 60 percent functional literacy rate in 2020 are both excellent indicators of the community’s dedication to learning and development. George is also home to 40.05 percent of the district’s economy, and its diverse and thriving economy has made it a centre for entrepreneurship and innovation along the Garden Route.
Between 2016 and 2020, the population of George grew by an average of 4.10 percent each year, making it one of the fastest-growing cities in Western Cape. The wholesale and retail commerce, food service, and lodging (WRCA) industries are also very important to the George economy.
Living Expenses Are Low in George
George provides a welcome surprise for individuals who worry about the rising expense of living. Living expenses in George were 24% less than in Cape Town and 9% less than in Gqeberha in 2021. In comparison to Cape Town, George’s housing costs are 40% lower, making it a desirable option for individuals seeking affordability without sacrificing quality of life.
Migration and Population Trends
There is a wide variety of languages and cultures represented in George’s population. The majority of the population (65.4%) speaks Afrikaans, while 26.9% speak Xhosa and 6.9% speak English. The town’s hospitable and diversified community assures that newcomers will feel right at home.
According to the results of a 2016 census, 72.89 percent of George’s residents were born in the Western Cape, while 16.62 percent were born in the Eastern Cape. The welcoming nature of the town is one of the things that makes it so special.
The Stress-Free Option for Your Move to George
Cape Movers recognises the momentous nature of your upcoming relocation. That’s why we’ll do everything in our power to make sure your transition from Cape Town to George goes off without a hitch. You can trust that your valuables are in good hands with our seasoned pros, and that you’ll make it to George on time, every time.
Frequently Asked Questions
The city of George is the Western Cape province’s second largest. In addition to serving as the administrative and economic headquarters and seat of the Garden Route District Municipality, the city is also a major tourist and conference destination in its own right.