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BAMBOO THE GUEST HOUSE BLOG

26 Sep 2018

The cookery of South Africa takes recipes from many of the cultures that have previously lived in South Africa. It’s not called the Rainbow Nation for nothing! So, in a sense the foods of South Africa are simply a collaboration of foods from different countries. Some of our recipes have fine, delicate tastes -which have been inspired by...

18 Sep 2018

Foefie sliding essentially involves a means of elevated motion by gravity whilst attached via a harness and pulley to a steel cable. Whilst studying the ecology of the Costa Rican rainforests scientists enlisted the help of engineers to access and move around in the forest canopy – and thus zip-lining...

10 Aug 2018

We were so excited to host Chantel and her family when they passed through Knysna. They are a world traveling family with 3 daughters aged 14, 12 and 9, originally from Canada and currently living in Switzerland, they recently started a YouTube channel and Instagram of their adventures through 80 countries over the past 4 years. This is what...

12 Jun 2018

This 10 hectare gem, tucked away in the heart of Knysna, is both relatively unknown and underutilised. The result of sheer dedication and effort on the part of a band of exceptional individuals, Pledge offers visitors and residents a taste of the ecology and biodiversity that existed in the town prior to the major impact that human development...

14 May 2018

The Garden Route National Park (GRNP) was gazetted in 2009, amalgamating the former Tsitsikamma and Wilderness national parks as well as the Knysna Lakes area and over 50 000 hectares of additional...

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