I am a huge fan of Knysna! Come rain or shine there’s always some amazing activity to keep you active, inspired to explore… or just eat cake. But like any place, Knysna can get rainy and cold too. So that counts out long lazy picnics on the beach on Brenton on Sea, mountain-biking in Harkerville or kayaking down Keurbooms River…… Read more →
If you’re in the Garden Route, or planning to travel to the Garden Route, then you’ve got the first part of Owning At Life right. The next part of your journey to greatness is to figure out how you’re going to experience as much of the Route as you possibly can, in the time that you have. Here’s a list of the Garden Route’s 10 most popular activities… adventure, wildlife, nature, food, wine, craft beer, live music and lots more! Read more →
I recently stopped off in a small town in the Garden Route called George. Although buzzing with activity I noticed a guy sitting at the traffic light. Clearly homeless and dressed in rags, I found it strange that he wasn’t begging. No hand held out, no hassling passers-by. He simply looked content with staring around. Obviously I was too intrigued… Read more →
The sun is always shining somewhere in the Garden Route, but nonetheless this was a cold winter! The Knysna Oyster Festival has come and gone and our Winter Band Wagon tour was rounded off in style @Bunkhaus backpackers in Sedgefield with some incredible musicians joining us for #BluesintheWoods!! Thanks to Piet Botha and Jake Gunn for an inspiring tour and to Basson Laubscher for tweaking our smiles with radical music. See you guys next year!
Thanks to everyone for sticking it out in the freezing wind at #BluesintheWoods!
For the next few weeks we will be running our Winter Student Special on ALL Day Trips and our 5 Day Discovery road trip. Check out our Events section to coincide your tour with all the lovely hip happenings in the Garden Route!
Our brand new #BeerRoute Tours will also be launching next week! 14 Different beers from 6 breweries!