ACTIVITIES

Knysna Chalets is found close to the village of Knysna, which is a great place for shopping and dining with a brewery, top-class restaurants and lots of waterfront attractions. Close by, the Knysna lagoon is a pristine haven for fishing, water skiing, windsurfing, sailing, paddling or a relaxing sightseeing cruise. The Knysna Heads is one of the most famous features along the entire Southern African coastline and the Knysna oysters are famous all over the world. The resort has a games room, children's playground, and swimming pool and each chalet features a private braai area.

You can take it easy or play hard

We have a range of incredible activities, to suit all ages. Quality fun and entertainment for the whole family!


Swimming Pool

Kiddies Pool

Fishing

Bird Watching

Dam - Lake


Playground

Games Room

Trampolines

Braai Areas

Activities in the area

Cape St Blaise Lighthouse

The view from the tower of the lighthouse is spectacular and one can visit to climb the steps.

It is open to the public between 10am and 3pm every day between April and October, with visits by arrangement the rest of the year.

Seal Island Cruises

Seal Island in Mossel Bay is populated by over 2500 Cape Fur Seals and surrounded by Great White Sharks.

Boat trips to view these creatures take place hourly every day (weather permitting) from Mossel Bay harbour, around Seal Island and back.

Featherbed Private Nature Reserve

Featherbed Private Nature Reserve lies on the unspoiled Western Head of Knysna, a world heritage site that is only accessible via ferry, for nature trails, cruising the lagoon and hiking the Knysna Heads and lunch overlooking the picturesque Knysna Heads.

Brenton Beach

Brenton Beach according to all who visit, claim it is on the top of the list of the most beautiful blue flag beaches around.

Situated near Knysna Western Heads at Brenton-on-Sea, its spectacular views and breath-taking sunsets are something to be admired.

Southern Comfort Western Horse Ranch

Horse Rides on the Garden Route Southern Comfort Horse Farm near Knysna on the Garden Route is well known for tranquil horse rides in the Knysna Forest, providing guided trails for the whole family, beginners or experienced riders.

Adventure Land

Adventureland offers a range of waterslides, ‘Raging Rapids’ and the ‘Kamikaze’ slides, jungle, gym and, trampolines for all ages to enjoy with picnic and braai facilities so you can make a day of it on the outskirts of Plettenberg Bay.

Monkeyland

Monkeyland is a unique primate sanctuary and currently the top eco-tourism attraction on the Garden Route, showcasing several species of primates.

The animals are not caged and move about the forest freely while visitors observe their natural behaviour.

Harkerville Market

Harkerville Market is rural and rustic, but vibey and vital - not a flea market, not just a craft market, not only a farmers' market - but definitely all you could ever hope for in a typical South African Saturday Market in the heart of the Garden Route.

Garden Route National Park

Along the South Coast of South Africa lies one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the world, home to the Garden Route National Park, a mosaic of ecosystems, from ocean to mountain areas, and renowned for its diverse natural resources.