Pick n Pay Oyster Festival not just for Mom & Dad……


There is lots of excitement in the air as Knysna is getting ready for the Annual Pick n Pay Oyster Festival from 03 to 12 July 2015.  With the weekends being very busy with cycling and marathons, visit during the week, bring the family, and beat the Winter School Holiday blues.

Your children will the over the moon and the only problem they will have is to choose what to do.  Humpty Dumpty Eggs have an extended kiddies programme in place for this year’s festival.  From fun sporting activities, cultural and culinary workshops to live children’s entertainment.     www.oysterfestival.co.za

Moms and dads can now enjoy lunch or participating in the over 100 festival events…….and the kids will beg you to stay longer.

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Harry Potter realizes for the first time what REAL Magic is…..

Harry Potter 1 Harry Potter

This time Daniel Radcliffe (better known to all of us as Harry Potter) has left his broom behind and have been spotted climbing up Table Mountain.  By looking at his face when he reached the top, I think he must have realised that the only Magic around is our Magical South Africa…….Climb on your broom Harry, Knysna awaits!

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Knysna does not only have Elephants! Leopard Spotted in Knysna Forest…


SANParks confirmed the sighting of a leopard in broad daylight in the Diepwalle area of the Knysna Forest on 2nd May 2015.

Come to Paradise (Knysna..!), take a walk in the forest – there are many amazing hiking trails – and you just might be lucky enough to see one of these beauties.  If not, do not despair, the Knysna Forest has much to offer, but, just like the Lotto,  you have to be IN it to experience it.

Go on, be daring, you know you want to.

King of the Hill crowned


KNYSNA NEWS – Desmond Gutzeit  was officially crowned Jaquar Simola King of the Hill during the 2015 Jaguar Simola Hillclimb in Knysna.
He raced a 1.9 km hillclimb in 40.14 seconds uncrowning the previous record holder, Franco Scribante.
Scribante set the record in a time of 41.1 seconds last year.


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Saturday and Sunday’s action has been dubbed the King of the Hill Shootout and is where the country’s fastest machinery will duel it out on the hill.

With entries in the Shootout limited to 80 cars demand for places in the event is usually robust and sold out well before the closing date for entries.

Simila Hill Climb 4


Glorious cars from pre-war to 1980 will grace the hill during the course of the day, while drivers, friends and spectators are encouraged to attend in period dress. The best dressed driver and spectator stand to win exciting prizes on the day.

Track action is from 08h30-15h00 with the field limited to 50 cars.

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The cars will drive from the Waterfront Car Park to be presented to the public in Main Street, which will be closed to traffic.

Scary Sharks

Not the Rugby playing variety…

On Tuesday 12th May our Guests, Mr Wolfs & Mr Paffenl went shark cage diving with White Shark Africa in Mossel Bay.


They were a bit apprehensive but excited to take the plunge and even had hamburgers for dinner the night before to make sure there was ”enough for the sharks”!

Luckily they came back with all their parts intact.

Visit the website on www.whitesharkafrica.com