Knysna - probably from a Khoikhoi word meaning “ferns”)[3][4] is a town with 76,431 inhabitants in the Western Cape Province of South Africa and is part of the Garden Route. It lies 34 degrees south of the equator, and is 72 kilometres east from the town of George on the N2 highway, and 25 kilometres west of Plettenberg Bay on the same road.

KNYSNA OYSTER FESTIVAL

- probably from a Khoikhoi word meaning “ferns” is a town with inhabitants in the Western Cape Province of South Africa and is part of the Garden Route.

The quaint and beautiful Belvidere Church in  Knysna, Western Cape

The quaint and beautiful Belvidere Church in Knysna, the Western Cape Province of South Africa

Known as the world’s highest commercially operated bungee jump (Guinness Book of World Records) and the highest single span arch bridge in the world, the Bloukrans River Bridge is close to Nature’s Valley, Western Cape, some 40 kilometres east of Plettenberg Bay in South Africa. The jump takes place from a platform below the roadway of the bridge, and the height to the valley floor is 216 metres (710 ft).

Bloukrans River Bridge, Western Cape (Known as the world’s highest commercially operated bungee jump and the highest single span arch bridge in the world)

Tzitzikama Forest, Knysna, South Africa

Tzitzikama Forest, Knysna, South Africa

Coastal oysters  Knysna South Africa - BelAfrique your personal travel planner - www.BelAfrique.com

Coastal oysters Knysna South Africa - BelAfrique your personal travel planner - www.BelAfrique.com

Knysna Heads - Featherbed lagoon ferries www.travelknysna.com/activities/featherbed.html

Knysna Heads - Featherbed lagoon ferries www.travelknysna.com/activities/featherbed.html

Tootsie steam train on bridge at Dolphin Point travelling between George and Knysna

Tootsie steam train on bridge at Dolphin Point travelling between George and Knysna

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