Phantom Beach Castle

Address: Noetzie, east of Knysna, Knysna, Western Cape, 6570, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Noetzie, east of Knysna, Knysna, is near The Cango Caves, Knysna Elephant Park, Outeniqua Transport Museum, and Le Spa Tranquille.
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Travel Blogs from Knysna


A travel blog entry by krdiprose on Oct 21, 2015

... Knysna is one of the most beautiful quaint little towns along the Garden Route, and nestles between the impressive Outeniqua Mountains, the Indian Ocean and flanked by forests measuring some 80,000 ha in size, which are managed to strict conservation principles. Knysna is often called the ‘Martha’s Vineyard of the Garden Route’ with its many seaside ...

Day 5: I see the sea, nothing but sea

A travel blog entry by karen612 on Dec 01, 2013

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... but we were housed on the ship with everything proceeding as normal. Had an ok dinner - they seemed very disorganized - and then watched the live entertainment show. Overnight on board the ship still docked in the harbour of the mother city. Distance from Cape to Port Elizabeth 440 Nautical miles 8:00 Planned departure from Cape Town to land 2 December in PORT ELIZABETH Captain Pietro Scarpato *************************************** ...

Exploring the Garden Route

A travel blog entry by eddim on Nov 15, 2012

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... not really. As for the town, it seemed very much like a has-been surfing town. However in talking with others along the way this is not the case. But then they are surfers and we are not, so there you go.

Final stop of the day was Port Elizabeth which was also a disappointment but a knowingly one though I held out hope. It is truly an industrial town and our choice for accommodation, the Lungile Backpackers was not as described in both ...

Rastas and tuk tuks in Knysna

A travel blog entry by rachandnick on Jun 19, 2011

... went round two islands (leisure island and thesen?). The first was dead, and apparently alot of the homes were uk owned but they were "lock up and go"'s. The second was like a little toy town. Also dead. The houses cost a bomb. We had chance to look at an estate agents window which our tuk tuk had conveniently broken down outside. We got a lift back in a normal car. At least people didn't look at us then. ...

Strangers, whales and left side drives

A travel blog entry by bniester on Oct 08, 2010

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So this morning the tour trials continue. After a long night of toilet visits, no sleep and freezing my butt off, I awake tired and grumpy with the decision I am indeed leaving the tour and not paying for any of it other than my two nights in the hotel. Which since it was supposed to be a shared cabin situation but one of the families decided to stick together and sleep four to a cabin I got a cabin to myself. Turns out they felt that meant I ...

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