This year’s Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival (29 June to 8 July) will have an exciting new format aimed at spreading the festival events throughout the town to iconic Knysna venues including Thesen Harbour Town, Knysna Waterfront and Loerie Park
Entries are pouring in for this year's Momentum Knysna Cycle Tour on 30 June and 1 July and plans are on track for a stunning event. The routes are looking great and the 30 km e-bike event which was successfully launched last year is back!
“The residents of Knysna are a gutsy bunch,” writes Weekend Post features editor Louise Liebenberg. “While it is true that few of them will ever be the same following the deadly fires that swept through their town and region of legendary beauty last June, their determination to rise and rebuild will prove to be the story that will ultimately endure.”
Trendz Travel, the travel programme on SABC News which airs on Sundays, will feature three inserts on the Greater Knysna area in three episodes this month, starting this Sunday, 6 May. The inserts were filmed in March when the crew spent four days in the area.
The Jaguar Simola Hillclimb kicked of yesterday and is in full swing with a thrilling programme this weekend. Get all the info about where to park and collect your access tickets, the Welcome Centre at Knysna High School Sports Fields and the shuttle service to the event.
It’s all systems go for arguably the biggest gay event on the South African calendar. The Pink Loerie Mardi Gras and Arts Festival is in its 18th incarnation, with an exciting line-up and new innovations to the programme.
This week Knysna Tourism and local media were invited to join Dirty Boots Adventures and Cape Sidecar Adventures on a sidecar trip through the back roads from Knysna to Rheenendal, Barrington, Karatara and Sedgefield.