Cruise on the Knysna lagoon, harnessing nature's power, enjoying her beauty and viewing her bounty!
Knysna Heads must be the most striking geological features along the entire southern African coastline. They flank a deep but potentially treacherous channel through which the sea pours in to flood the wide and breathtakingly pretty lagoon at the mouth of the Knysna River.
Explore the lakes, forests, beaches and other attractions on a canoe. Enjoy the peace and tranquility with lovely views.
Lunch in the lively Monkey land forest is a unique experience. It is the only eating spot in the world where you can actually sip your coffee while you watch a large variety of primates, from all over the world, playing - enjoying their newfound freedom.
Robberg Nature Reserve is a charged booster of outdoor living - incredible scenery, views over shoreline and sea, a thriving Cape fur seal colony, a huge diversity of bird life, and uniquely beautiful fynbos. You have access to three trails that range from 45 minutes to five hours.
There is awesome cycling routes. Taking part in a mountain bike race or event is a great way to ride some new and often inaccessible routes in remote areas. You can join or contact the local club or the local bike shop to find out about regular rides. Come and enjoy the Oyster Festival from 2 July - 11 July. An experience of a lifetime!