Knysna Hollow

Address: 5 Welbedacht Lane, Knysna, Western Cape, 6570, South Africa | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5 Welbedacht Lane, Knysna, is near The Cango Caves, Knysna Elephant Park, Outeniqua Transport Museum, and Le Spa Tranquille.
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      Travel Blogs from Knysna

      I survived!

      A travel blog entry by matthill on Jan 11, 2015

      ... to fly and upload them but I'm not sure when that will be. I'm sure most of you are now thinking "Matt has been lying to all of us and has just gone to South Africa for a 3 month holiday". Well you would be correct so far.. But don't worry, work starts Monday morning so I will hopefully be able to get stuck in to whatever I will be doing! I'll be sure to let you all know what I am doing and how it's ...

      THE RAINS CAME DOWN AND WE HIKED UP

      A travel blog entry by ouryearinafrica on Oct 08, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... his clothes, we were glad it was a cooler day as I can't imagine having done that in the heat, and the light drizzle of rain gave a "rainforest" type feel and you were able to appreciate the freshness of the plants and cloud filled sky rolling out to the ocean, it was breath taking. The sewing bridges were also fun as always as everyone (the males) ignore the "jumping on bridge is prohibited" signs and attempts to bounce everyone off ...

      Baaaaaaaaaaaaz Bus!

      A travel blog entry by sbgibbons on Mar 07, 2013

      ... stick two straws into layered Kahlua and samba and set the sambuca alight. You have to drink it before the straw melts and as last dregs of sambuca are being drunk they pour in baileys and blue curacao at the same time. Urggggggh it was so so disgusting! They said it was an early birthday present - cheers!

      The next day Shani picked me up and took me to the Apartied Museum, it was really interesting and huge so took us most of the day. It ...

      Fear is temporary - regret is permanent!

      A travel blog entry by chris-trip on Feb 20, 2013

      3 photos

      In "The Crags", an even more remote little place than Wilderness, I stayed at a place, which similar to Wilderness, was also run by a bunch of very eco-friendly hippies, only serving food grown in their own garden and having eco-toilets, etc.

      Nevertless it was fantastic doing extensive hikes through forests, beaches and along beautiful lagoons and looking at seals plating in the water...
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      A big jump between desert and gardens

      A travel blog entry by nathananddarja on Sep 21, 2011

      40 photos

      ... setting made it a truly relaxing experience. After another tasty dinner, we spent some time gazing up at the amazing sky, which was full of stars and gave a clear view of the Milky Way. Our guide showed us some of the southern hemisphere's star formations, including the Southern Cross (similar to the Big Dipper/ Ursa Major in the northern hemisphere). We also saw some shooting stars. We hadn’t seen such a night sky since Australia.

      After leaving the ...