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Knysna Tourism, Travel & Destination Guide - Tourist Information and Travel Articles on Knysna and surrounds.
ShowMe Knysna Tourism has been designed to provide practical but interesting tourist information for visitors to Knysna and the surrounding area, as well as articles related to travel and tourism in Knysna from some of South Africa's best publications. Our tourism categories, information, articles and business listings provide a comprehensive travel and destination guide to help you find attractions and activities as well as related tourism & travel services and information. Enjoy Your Stay in Knysna!


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South African School Terms and Public Holidays 2021 South African School Terms and Public Holidays 2021

Public Holidays in South Africa, and school terms for Public & Private Schools in the South Africa - know when the traffic hits!

The Phantom Moth of Phantom Pass - A beautiful woman, a horse, and a moth The Phantom Moth of Phantom Pass - A beautiful woman, a horse, and a moth

You would think, the name ‘Phantom Pass’ would refer to a ghost - in fact it is named for a moth: Letho venus, the phantom moth...

Petrus se Brand MTB Trail, Knysna, Garden Route Petrus se Brand MTB Trail, Knysna, Garden Route

Starting at the Diepwalle Forest station, this ride offers amazing contrast: ride beneath the cool forest canopy, sunny open ...

Heritage Building Walk: Main Street Heritage Building Walk: Main Street

Take a fascinating walk though Knysna's history...

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What to do if caught in a Rip Current What to do if caught in a Rip Current

In most cases, visitors are unaware of the danger surrounding RIP CURRENTS and many lives are lost each year...

Orcas have arrived in Knysna! Orcas have arrived in Knysna!

This school of Orcas has become an annual feature on our coastline over the past couple of years...

Keeping an eye out for our Knysna Dwarf Chameleons Keeping an eye out for our Knysna Dwarf Chameleons

Local Knysna Photographer, Paul Bruins' daily forest walks usually include a two-kilometre section along a public dirt road...

Videos: Orca sighting Knysna Videos: Orca sighting Knysna

Duran De Villiers was pleasantly surprised to capture the magnificence of 5 Orcas right outside the Knysna heads...

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