Garden Of Eden, Knysna!


I took a day off in Knysna yesterday to do some exploring with a friend that’s visiting from Europe. With only a day to spare, I selected my favourite spots to share, which included a walk in The Garden of Eden. Located off the N2 between Knsyna and George, this is a fantasy land of wet forest vegetation and towering trees, the smell of nature’s wonder and flowers peeping through the green. It truly does offer an idea of how lush and thick the Knysna forest is, and from where it got it’s name The Garden Route.

The cost to enter is R10.00 per person, and there is a wooden walk through the trees and over streams. A wonderland, and I have no doubt that fairies live here. A beautiful stop for a breather …

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The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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