This week Knysna played host to a group of local and national journalists and influencers who attended the official media launch of the Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival to experience "Knysna in an Oyster shell."
Congratulations to all the new Knysna Ambassadors who graduated this week at a ceremony hosted by Belvidere Manor. All 20 of them successfully completed the three-day Tourism Ambassador Course run by the Francois Ferreira Academy in March, and sponsored by Skal International.
Knysna Tourism will be at World Travel Market (WTM) Africa from 18-20 April in the CTICC, sharing a stand with some of our local tourism products. If you are in Cape Town, pop in and see us at stand L14 on the ground floor near entrance 3.
South African National Parks (SANParks) begins the review of its Garden Route National Park (GRNP) management plan next week. This is the first phase of the revision to develop the ‘desired state’ of the GRNP.
Pieter Verhoef aims to raise R20,000 by cycling 360 km in less than 30 hours for the Knysna Basin Project, specifically for the conservation of the endangered Knysna seahorse. Read about how you can support this worthy initiative.
Martin Hatchuel studied horticulture in Johannesburg and Durban, and then used his knowledge to become a guide at Featherbed, and in the Knysna forests in the mid-80s. Last year after the fires, Featherbed Co asked him to come back as a horticulturist to help with the rehabilitation of the vegetation.
PiliPili Beach Bar in Sedgefield will host the launch of Mr South Africa's first book, Heart, on 23 April. Tickets will include a copy of the book, a talk by the author, snacks, finger food and a beverage. Click on the link to book tickets online.