• To Do and See
    To Do and See

Activities and Attractions

Explore the Garden Route's beautiful and exciting variety of activities and attractions.

Tsitsikamma Canopy Tours

An eco adventure company situated in the heart of the majestic Tsitsikamma Forest  region. Offering the famous Tsitsikamma Canopy Tour, Tsitsikamma Forest Tour, Luxury Backpacker Lodging, Team Building; Restaurant, Local Crafting Facility.

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Ocean Blue Adventures

Close and personal encounters with the majestic whales in the bay. Interaction with our dolphin species and the opportunity to experience the many other wonders of the bay: pelagic birds, seals, sharks, history, geology and lots more.

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Knysna Elephant Park

The first of its kind in South Africa, Knysna Elephant Park provides a home for orphaned elephants. Experience an intimate meeting with these intelligent, gentle giants in their free-range controlled environment. Riding and overnighting with the elephants is also available.

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Springtide Sailing Charters

Venture past the Knysna Heads to explore the picturesque Indian Ocean coastline, rich with birdlife, whales, dolphins and other marine life.  Chase down the sunset with gourmet seafood fare and a chilled glass of bubbly. Daily Cruises, Sunset Cruises, Private Functions, Weddings and Honeymoon Overnight Charters.

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Knysna Charters

Join us for unique sunset and oyster tasting cruises on the Knysna Lagoon. All cruises are fully guided, personal and interactive. Cruises are fully inclusive of drinks, snacks and oyster tasting!  Private charters also available. www.knysnacharters.com

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Bungy Jump

This is the ultimate thrill! Come and jump off the world’s highest (commercial) bungy bridge. We secure you in a full body harness and proceed to walk along a specially designed catwalk, which is suspended beneath the road surface, which will then lead you to the top of the arch – 216 meters above the ground. And then: 5,4,3,2,1… BUNGY!!

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Monkeyland is the world’s first free-roaming, multi-species primate sanctuary. Its aims are to provide ex-captive primates with a healthier, more natural life and to raise public awareness about primates.

Around 400 monkeys and lemurs live at Monkeyland, including gibbons, capuchin monkeys, squirrel monkeys, spider monkeys, miniature monkeys, vervets, spectacled langurs and three species of lemur.

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Plett Game Reserve

Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve is the biggest game reserve in the Southern Cape, with more than 2200 ha spread out across the hills above the scenic Garden Route coastline. With its breathtaking views across the Bay of Beauty, its abundance of wildlife, superb facilities for day and overnight visitors and warm African hospitality, it offers an exciting child-friendly safari experience in a non-malaria area with an excellent chance of spotting four of Africa's Big Five - buffalo, lion and rhino.

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Birds of Eden

Birds of Eden is the largest free-flight aviary in the world. The sanctuary encompasses 2.3ha of partly forested land, covered by a 3.2ha mesh and criss-crossed by a 1.2km walkway.

Visitors are welcome to explore at their own pace, with the use of Birds of Eden’s specialised guidebook. The sanctuary is home to over 2,000 birds of around 150 species, including louries, parrots, parakeets, waterfowl, flamingos, starlings, robins and cranes. 

Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre

Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre at Plettenberg Bay offers a truly unique Wildcat Experience. Guests are taken on a guided tour to meet captive-bred furry felines, living in a semi-natural environment. So close, you can hear them purr…