(originally known as Noetziekamma, a Khoisan phrase for ‘dark water’ ). Ten minutes East of Knysna lies a secluded cove boasting a pristine beach, a quiet estuary, a large variety of indigenous flora and fauna, and an eclectic collection of classic beach houses and fanciful “castles”.
Info sourced from https://noetziecastles.co.za/
Photo capture date & Location: 2020-10 Knoetzie
A family favorite for a lovely sunny afternoon is a nice stroll along Kalk Bay Harbour. Especially for young kids, it is a place where there is always something interesting and exciting to see. Watch their faces light up as they watch the seals swimming, playing in the water, and sunbathing. You can also enjoy seeing the fishing boats docking and the fish traders praising their catch. The sights, smells, and refreshing sea air are nothing less than spectacular. There are many traders in the area, selling a variety of interesting goods and there is always an incredible atmosphere when walking around Kalk Bay. The walk along the pier has to be topped off with a visit to one of the many cafés or restaurants to enjoy some traditional seaside fish and chips where you can look out over the stunning ocean views which can be observed from many of these establishments.
Info sourced from https://www.sa-venues.com/…/a-stoll-in-kalk-bay-harbour/
Photo capture date & Location: 2014-10 Kalk Bay
“Robberg Nature Reserve
A national monument steeped in history, with prehistoric rocks and Stone Age artifacts”
Info sourced from https://www.capenature.co.za/rese…/robberg-nature-reserve/
Photo capture date & Location: 2020-10 Robberg