Place to eat
Featherbed Co. gives visitors to the Garden Route ‘an unforgettable experience on the Knysna Lagoon’. The Lagoon, more accurately defined as an estuary, has five fresh water rivers flowing in from the surrounding Outeniqua Mountains meeting with the surge of sea water from the Indian Ocean through…
An unforgettable eco experience. Juggle the many cruise options on offer, including ferry / catamaran / paddle cruiser, plus 4x4 vehicle & trailer drive, plus optional 2.2km reserve walk to Khoi Khoi caves and along the sea shore, outdoor lunch under the canopy of milkwood trees, or on the floating…
Enjoy a meal on a cruise in the Knysna lagoon area. Head off to the Western head at Knysna and explore the nature trails while ending off a fun day out at the new restaurant on the lagoon.
“Welcome to Totties! At Totties Farm Kitchen, you can look forward to a warm welcoming to our restaurant. We offer a large variety of dishes carefully and freshly prepared as well as being fully licensed, so please view our menu for more information on our local dishes. Our popular Sunday Buffet is always full so be sure to book ahead to avoid disappointment. Totties Farm Kitchen is situated along the Rheenendal Road and forms part of the growing Rheenendal Ramble. The place to eat, the place to meet, the place to play. Our operating hours are: Thurs - Sat: 8:30am to 4:00pm. Sun: 12:00pm to 3:00pm. (Buffet) Mon - Wed: Closed.”
“The Park has many sections but a perennial favorite is the canoeing/hike up the Touws river to the Waterfalls. The Big Tree walk is also a really beautiful hike in a gorgeous patch of natural forest.”
“The Knysna Heads are a pair of sandstone cliffs that separate the Knysna Estuary from the sea. The Eastern Head is accessible by car and there are many view points from which to see the Indian Ocean, the Knysna lagoon and the Outeniqua Mountains beyond. The famous East Head Cafe is on the Eastern Head, as is the National Sea Rescue Institute's Observation Room. Easy access to rock pools and the small cove, Coney Glen beach. The Western Head is accessible only by ferry, and forms part of the privately owned Featherbed Nature Reserve. ”