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BAMBOO THE GUEST HOUSE BLOG

21 Jan 2015

The Crags, a quaint rural village, is situated on the beautiful Garden Route between the contrasting coastal resorts of Plettenberg Bay and Nature’s Valley. Something is always happening in The Crags, but even more so these July school holidays with The Crags Winter Festival being held...

21 Jan 2015

As Knysna once again prepares itself for the huge influx of holiday makers lured by the annual Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival, one may be forgiven for believing that this extravaganza pays homage solely to the celebrated bivalve. The king of ...

21 Jan 2015

The indigenous forests surrounding Knysna are a remnant of a natural forest belt that once stretched from Swellendam to Uitenhage. The remaining forest patches bear many similarities to those forests occurring in the East African mountains, albeit more in structure and ecology than in species composition. As...

21 Jan 2015

The onslaught against whales in South African waters began in the 18th century with the arrival of the first British and American whalers. The Cape colonists commenced whaling in 1792, all whalers now targeting the Southern Right Whale, named as such because they lived in the southern hemisphere, swam slowly...

21 Jan 2015

Perched high on the hill overlooking the beautiful coastal village of Wilderness in the Western Cape, is Phoenix Guest House, a stunning accommodation option. Owned and run by Peter Rayner, Phoenix is a fabulous venue where visitors to...

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