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Knysna Quays
South Africa

The Knysna Quays in South AFrica is one of our favorite places to visit when we are on the Garden Route. The quays, which are right next to the Knysna lagoon are pleasant and safe to walk around, have some nice shops and some lovely restaurants.

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