Visit Knysna, Knysna Tourism, Garden Route, South Africa

Knysna Ziplines

An adrenaline-filled experience that has you gliding over the treetops and giving you a spectacular view of the surrounding forest and natural landscapes.

Goukamma Nature Reserve

Goukamma Nature Reserve is a lovely coastal sand dune and fresh-water lake complex lying between Knysna and Sedgefield.

Drupkelders hiking trail

This magnificent indigenous forest trail leads down to enormous rock pools. Pack your rucksack with a picnic and swimming costume. 

Farleigh routes

In the forest at the foot of the Outenqiua mountains is where you’ll find the Farleigh Mountain Bike trails. There are three circular route options

Harkerville hiking trails

Access to the facilities is gratis by means of self-issue permits at various unmanned access points. Certain access points are however manned at times, when entry fees will be levied.

Monkeyland

Monkeyland is the worlds first free roaming multi-specie primate sanctuary. Eco-tourism child friendly activity, educating visitors on wildlife conservation.

Garden Route Trail Park

The Garden Route Trail Park is nestled at the very foot of the Outeniqua Mountains and the Karatara River Gorge, midway between George and Knysna.

Circles in the forest hiking trail

Following an old mining path along the Forest Creek, the Circles in a Forest Hiking Trail beckons hikers to explore the loveliness of the Goudveld Forest.

Spitskop view point

The highest accessible peak in the Knysna area, provides visitors with panoramic views of the town and outlying areas.

Homtini route

Most of the trail follows fairly easy contours in the indigenous forest and plantation. It is enhanced by winding single-track slip-paths, shady plantation and indigenous forest roads offering a regular bird’s eye view of the surrounding area. It is a moderate ride with the exception of a steep 4km climb.