Knysna, a small coastal holiday town situated on the picturesque Garden Route is a favorite among locals and tourist alike. With so much on offer, it is easy to understand why Knysna is one of the most visited towns in South Africa. Home to the Knysna Lagoon and Knysna Heads, these attractions are part of what makes this town so unique and beautiful. Thousands of visitor’s flock to Knysna to enjoy all that the lagoon has to offer. From romantic cruises to speed boat tours, the Knysna lagoon has it all. The town is also famous for its wild oysters and these can be found in restaurants all over the country. The Knysna forests are another famous attraction and home to incredible hikes and scenery. You have undoubtedly heard of the elusive Knysna Elephant and rumour has it, these gentle giants still roam free through the indigenous forests.
In addition to the already impressive list of experiences, Knysna is now home to Knysna Ziplines. This however is no ordinary zipline, the Kranshoek Zipline, is situated in the Kranshoek Gorge about halfway between Knysna and popular holiday resort town Plettenberg Bay. Also known as The Plettenberg Bay Zipline, due to its proximity to the town, the zipline is an impressive 200 meters above the ground and not for the feint hearted. In addition to the heights, it is one of the longest ziplines available in South Africa. The site was chosen as the views that are on offer, are second to none. Imagine, dramatic coast lines, gorges and indigenous forests and you will start to get the picture.