Simola Hotel & Spa

Address: 1 Old Cape Road, Knysna, Western Cape, 6570, South Africa | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on 1 Old Cape Road, Knysna, is near The Cango Caves, Knysna Elephant Park, Outeniqua Transport Museum, and Le Spa Tranquille.
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      Travel Blogs from Knysna

      Knysna

      A travel blog entry by kas19 on Nov 19, 2014

      ... windows we roamed the shoreline in hopes of seeing some whale blowhole spray. Maybe it a blessing in disguise that the windows shattered as we enjoyed much more than some spraying water. The whales put on quite a performance for us jumping above the surface many times. We saw and heard many tails slapping the wavy surface. It was quite shocking how loud the sound was when the air and water burst from ...

      Exploring the Garden Route

      A travel blog entry by eddim on Nov 15, 2012

      18 photos

      ... Bay to catch the factory outlet surf shops while they were still open.

      The factory outlets and Jeffreys Bay both were a bit of a disappointment in our eyes. There weren’t many deals to be had though Jesse, a surf shop guru, found the few bargains to be had and Tymaree and Andre snagged a new bag that was much need to get their stuff home as well as replacement flip flops and few shirts for Andre. Ok so maybe it was just me that was ...

      Garden Route

      A travel blog entry by millarmotortour on May 08, 2011

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... July 2011. We go for a run on the shell covered beaches and then drive up the N2 highway into historic Charlestown, known for the college and colonial buildings. An alternate route with more time would be the coastal route which also crosses Port Albernie and many historical sites. We drive for 4 hours before sunset in our destination of East London. A busy, traffic filled City where we arranged to meet up with some locals we ...

      The Racial Divide

      A travel blog entry by amandip on Feb 20, 2011

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... cooks. On only one occasion we saw Caucasians working as wait staff and that was in Stellenbosch. The reason for that may have been the fact that Stellenbosch is a University town. While in Knysna, we went to a restaurant called 34 South (it's one of the more well-known eateries in town) located at the waterfront to eat dinner. There must have been 200+ people there and we were the only coloured people sitting down to eat. ...

      Travel angel earns a promotion

      A travel blog entry by marrakeshtocape on Aug 04, 2010

      63 photos

      ... with time to spare, I suddenly felt really depressed. I think it was the beginning of some reverse culture shock because, though still in Africa, I was in such a developed, commercial place, roaring with traffic and not even a patch of grass, having just come from a desolate little village hidden in a valley. It just felt a thousand miles away from everything and I felt so trapped, and as if I didn't even have room to think.
      In Durban, I'd also begun to realise how ...