It is that time of the year that a great number of visitors literally swamp the Garden Route for the opportunities it holds. Technically it is the quietest time of the year was it not for the Pick ‘n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival. It is therefore by design rather than by accident that this festival happened on que this time around. Much of the credits go to the marketers of the festival. The team knows what they want and they know how to make it happen in a big way.
But this year it was different in all respects. As we enter this years’ Pick ‘n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival we still have a dark cloud hanging overhead. It is one day to the month when the Garden Route was devastated by an almost uncontrollable forest fire. In many respect it is a good thing that the Knysna Oyster Festival was given the go-a-ahead. It helps with the healing as we move on.
More so, the festival generates money and that is what is needed now. With two Stirling days promised by the weatherman dreams can come true.
While you are out there, make most of the occasion. One of the finest drives is to take the Brenton on Sea road right to where you can go no further by car. The drive there and back can be done in less than one hour. But why hurry? What you will see at the summit is one of the most picturesque vistas you will ever see.
The annual Pick ‘n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival is one of South Africa’s most popular festivals with huge appeal for sports lovers, families and those in search of a great party!
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