Knysna Walk 2

Knysna Walk 2

Name:Knysna Walk 2
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The Walk

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Environment type:bay, beach, estuary, hill, lagoon, ocean, rock, sand (yellow)
Location type:rural, town, village

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Birds:oystercatcher, seagull, sandpiper

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How long should it take us?

Average time taken:4 hours
 
High season:December, January
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Language(s):English, Afrikaans, Xhosa, Zulu
Timezone:UTC+02:00
Country calling code:27

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The Directions

Starting at (or a couple of kilometres west of there if that’s where your taxi drops you), head east along to . The walk between the two beaches is very pleasant and shouldn’t take you more than an hour and a half. You might want to time your arrival at with lunchtime so that you can enjoy a pleasant meal at or a light snack at .
 
When you’re ready to leave , head east up the main road hugging the coast for about 30 minutes. The road will almost bend back on itself as it climbs uphill, affording some excellent views of Buffalo Bay below. Once at the top of the hill, it shouldn’t take you too long until you come to a sign on your left pointing right to ‘Brenton Lake’. Take this right turning and walk all the way down the next hill. You should now be crossing over the headlands, with in the distance.
 
Follow this road down the hill until you get to a T junction and then take a left. Stick on that road for another 10 or so minutes until you come to a crossroads with a turning on your left, a private and blocked road on your right and a ‘residents only’ road straight ahead. Regardless of not being a resident, continue straight ahead for another 10 minutes until you reach the train tracks. Take a right at the train tracks and follow them all the way back to ! It shouldn’t be more than an hour from here – probably less!
 
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What are the numbers and averages?

Distance:16km
Altitude:0-250m

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Top Tips

Of course, this walk could be done in reverse if you’d prefer to catch one of ‘s famous sunsets. Or if you’re feeling really adventurous, you could probably walk there and back in a day.
To get to the start of the walk from Knysna, a shouldn’t cost you any more than ZAR250 or take longer than 20 minutes.
There aren’t many shops along the way, so bring plenty of water – or be prepared to ask someone to fill you up at their tap. There is, however, at least one small convenience store in at the Nauticus restaurant.
 
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