The message on Saturday afternoon simple : I will be in the Garden Route on Monday and would like to photograph a Knysna Woodpecker and a Knysna Warbler. Can you help? August Birding in the Garden Route can be extremely fickle, very much dependent on which way the wind blows. A week of South westerly winds can drop the temperature and blast the birds into … Continue reading Birding for the namesake of Knysna
The Garden Route is synonymous with outdoor activities, in particular nature walks and hiking. While most guests to the region automatically plan for a forest hike in one of the famed Outeniqua, Knysna or Titstikamma Forests, few first time visitors realize that there are some amazing coastal trails to explore. Stretching along the coastal plain south of the formidable Outeniqua and Titsikamma mountain ranges and … Continue reading 4 Must do Coastal Day Walks in the Garden Route
Trees are amazing, spectacular, ingenious, astounding and magnificent. Trees sustain, recycle and contribute to our very existence. Trees house us, clothe us and heal us. Yet, many, in the lustful moment of attempting to immortalize an ephemeral passion of eros, carve insignificant initials into the bark of trees. Initials that on average linger long after the amour that inspired their carving has evaporated to nothing. … Continue reading Killing the trees slowly with your love.
When you are looking for a swimming location away from the regular beaches, these 5 swimming locations will have you exploring new section of the Garden Route Continue reading Top 5 unique swimming spots in the Garden Route
The tree ferns towered above us. The forest exuded expectation. The four of us, Sandra, Frank, Heinz and I were the only ones left of the group which had started out mid-morning for a corporate guided forest walk in the Diepvalle section of the Knysna Forest in the Garden Route National Parks. At lunchtime all but two delegates opted for the bailout option, a litany of … Continue reading Gigantic bucket List for the Garden Route