The coastline is constantly moving as tide rise and fall and while sea levels rise. Yet the marine life in the intertidal zone are adapted for the only constant that they know, namely change. Continue reading Shifting coastline – a geological constant
While touring through the Knysna Forest it is important to see both the wood and the trees. Within the forests are singular marvels which may assist in our endeavour for a sustainable future and our understanding of the essence of biomimicry. Continue reading Magnificent Trees of the Garden Route
However long you plan to visit the Garden Route, you will always run out of time with the diversity of activities. For nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, a loose itinerary for a week would be and introduction for your future visits. Continue reading A week of natural exploration in the Garden Route.
With so much on offer in the Garden Route, a summer beach sunset should be added to every tourists itinerary. Continue reading Top six beach sunset spots in the Garden Route
A new style of tourism has emerged in South Africa, namely festival tourism. Slow Festival offers tourists a lifestyle immersed in nature, community and family values in the Garden Route over the Easter weekend. Continue reading The Slow Festival in the Garden Route
As you travel abroad or through your own home town, look for the signs of global warming and ask yourself what you are doing to mitigate rising CO2 levels. Continue reading Alternating currents.
Tucked away in the Garden Route, Kleinkrans is a blip on the map of South Africa which is easily bypassed while travelling from Cape Town to Knysna. For the adventurous travellers, a quick detour will unveil 20km of virgin beach unspoilt by development and public. While this is definitely not a swimming beach, it is ideal for walking, photography, angling and romantic sunsets. Located between … Continue reading Kleinkrans Beach