This was a really pleasant way to spend one of our afternoons in Knysna. You start with a nice boat trip with commentary across the lagoon and then are taken to the top of the Reserve by a jeep/trailer - quite bumpy at times but good fun! The guide then led us back down to the landing point, giving us the opportunity on the way to climb to a hilltop viewpoint (she said it was steep and rocky but it wasn't particularly either and anyway only took a few minutes to get there!) - the views were well worth it - and also to go down to some sea caves (definitely worth the 120 steps each way, as it is very atmospheric as well as a great close encounter with crashing waves!). The walk generally is not difficult and very enjoyable as there are some great plants and views as you go along, but although we did hear signs of life we didn't see any animals or birds at all.
We didn't eat anything on our trip but did have reasonably priced drinks at the end; there is also a small, but quite good, shop.
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