is most well known for the Knysna heads - two great sandstone cliffs guarding the mouth of the lagoon which connects the estuary with the sea - but apart from this very unique and breathtaking feature, Knysna offers tourists a variety of attractions and scenery. The Knysna forest areas are so naturally beautiful and practically beg us to take time out and just relax. Visiting the Millwood Forests where gold was mined many years ago, will give you a feeling of stepping back in time as you seem to walk into a scene that's part of Dalene Matthee story "Circles in the forest". Evidence of elephants roaming the forest is available so if you spend lots of time on forest walks, you might not need to visit the local Elephant Park or Sanctuary! A variety of different boat trips are available on the Knysna lagoon and the lagoon beach areas are perfect for sundowner picnics. Brenton on Sea and Buffalo Bay is connected by a 7km stretch of beach and is only 20min's drive from Knysna.
PLETTENBERG BAY offer you a chance to collect beautiful memories as you would collect shells on the seashore. From the majestic Tsitsikamma Mountains to the breathtaking coastline, exciting experiences await you. The area offers a variety of new wine estates where you can sip handcrafted wines in a tucked-away tasting room, indigenous forests that calls the adventureous to abseiling and zipines as well as numerous sea and river activities. Close encounter whale watching trips are available during whale season and dolphin encounters all year round. Various sanctuaries are located in the area - such as Tenikwa Wild cat awareness centre, the Elephant sanctuary, Monkeyland and Birds of Eden as well as Jukani Wildlife sanctuary. Game drives and horse safaris are offered at the local Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve.