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Beautiful hotel. Staff extremely helpful and the location is simply amazing.
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There has been quite a storm during the night and the wind sounds like it might have been 30-40 knots. Its eased off a bit by the time i step outside at 6:30 to go down to the beach for our final surf in PE. A few of us had agreed to meet on the beach but with the wind still blowing, the water choppy and zero waves i decide to use the pool instead …
After breakfast today a group of eight of us go down to the waterfront and go for one-hour ride on the Knysna RIB adventure. After cruising through the harbour, some of which was at 50 knots, we approach the Knysna heads. This is a truly dangerous stretch of water and the entrance is one of only two in the world where all insurance companies, …
Today is the first of two days we will be staying in Knysna. The town is primarily built on the northern shore of a large warm-water estuary, known as the Knysna Lagoon, which is fed by the Knysna River. The estuary opens to the ocean after passing between two large headlands. These are popularly known as "The Heads", and have become infamous due …
October 21 - INCLUDED Visit to Tsitsikamma National park Including Storms River and Nature's Valley. This morning you join the famed ‘Garden Route’ as drive to Knysna. Along the way you will visit Tsitsikamma National Park that lies on this stretch and the stunning Storm’s River. Nestled along the Indian Ocean coast, the park offers some ...
... is named after Marilyn, Elvis, James Dean, The Beatles or Bob Dylan. The owner is some kind of righteous fan! We also went to "De Groot Boom", the big tree. This is an Outeniqua Yellowood tree. A slow growing hardwood. This particular one is 110 feet tall, and a little over 1,000 years old. It was already 300 years old when Dias discovered The Cape on his voyages back in 1438. It really is cool. We're so glad so much of these old growth forests are now being ...