Amanzi Island Lodge

31 Cearn Drive, Leisure Isle, Knysna, Western Cape, 6571, South Africa
Amanzi Island Lodge
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Travel Tips for Knysna

Sedgefield Farmers Market

by jo104

On saturday mornings take a drive down to Sedgefield to visit the farmers market - Don't be fooled it is huge. Also arrive early if you want to fresh bread as we saw a queue as long as the market by the local bakers stall. All fresh foods, eggs, olives, veges, cheese, bread, quiche, jam - if its homemade its sure to be here.

Sedgefield has some beautiful unspoilt beaches & is a lot quieter then knysna so plan a day trip

Fantastic Gourmet Food

by jo104 about Phat Cafe

Everything on the menu is delicious & its hard to make a decision on what to have.
The quality of the food is of a high standard & the portions are a good size.

The owners of this restaurant are dedicated to making sure you have an enjoyable meal & experience whilst dining at Phat Cafe.

The staff are are very helpful & service is excellent.

I can highly recommend this restaurant, it is within walking distance to the waterfront

Cango Caves

by cokes

Situated close to Oudtshoorn, is one of the world's great natural wonders sculptured by nature through the ages - fascinating limestone formations in a wide variety of colours.

Guidlines when going to the caves :

Please wear comfortable footwear and light clothing as the cave is warm inside.

It's a one kilometer walk, with 416 stairs on a full tour, and lasts about one and a half hours.

Not advisable for small children.

Fee: R40 per adult and R25 per child

City in a Forest

by cleocat

After reading Daleen Matthee's Circles in a forest about the elephants and the people staying in the Knysna forest in the 1800's I had to see this forest for myself.

Knysna is not only about the forest. There is a beautiful lake, the ocean, magnificent houses on the mountain slopes with a lake view, art shops, the heads and a great atmosphere.


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