There’s a place…
designed to suit your lifestyle
With just 250 homes, the emphasis for this lifestyle estate is on privacy, security and luxury – with the freedom to dream and, most importantly, the freedom to roam. The 52ha Knysna Lifestyle Estate in the scenic Garden Route, boasts only five homes per hectare – one of the lowest residential densities of any similar lifestyle village in South Africa.
It’s a place where nature is conserved and celebrated – expect natural fynbos areas, scenic walking trails and inspired architecture and landscaping.
One of the most spectacular retirement villages on the garden route, Knysna Lifestyle Estate offers everything you need for a relaxed, enjoyable lifestyle.
Closer to nature
We’ve placed great emphasis on conserving and celebrating nature. Expect natural fynbos areas, scenic walking trails, inspired architecture and thoughtful landscaping. Our luxury retirement homes are spread out across 52 hectares of land, ensuring you never feel cramped or overlooked. Tranquil country lanes, walking paths and green belts, creating a sense of privilege and space for the ultimate relaxed lifestyle.
Knysna enjoys mild weather all year round, so you can enjoy an active, outdoor lifestyle throughout the year.
Enjoy Knysna and the Garden Route
Knysna is a true paradise on earth. The breathtaking beauty of the Knysna lagoon makes it one of the top tourist destinations in South Africa. But you’ll be surprised just how much there is to do in this part of the world. If you’re wondering what to do in Knysna, here’s just a taste of what you can enjoy.
Take a swing
Avid golfers love Knsyna for its fantastic golf courses including Pezula and Simola, and Oubaai and Fancourt in George, as well as Goose Valley in Plett.
Hit the beach
Both Brenton Beach and Buffalo Bay are Blue Flag beaches offering soft golden sand and pristine waters. Go for a dip, or simply take a stroll.
Discover the forest
Knysna’s indigenous forests are simply magical. Enjoy exploring the forest walkways filled with ancient trees, and keep an eye out for the elusive Knysna elephants.
Whet your appetite
Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, George and Wilderness all offer some incredible dining options. From quaint cafes and bakeries to luxurious fine-dining establishments, there’s something for everyone. And if you enjoy wine, you’ll be pleased to hear the Garden Route features a number of boutique wine estates and vineyards.
Have a close encounter
Hop on a boat and experience whale and dolphin watching. Or head to an animal sanctuary to see wild cats, monkeys and elephants up close. Take a short trip to Oudtshoorn to see the ostriches. Or visit the magnificent Knysna Elephant Park to see some spectacular wildlife.
Take a hike
The Knysna area offers a number of hikes, nature walks and trails. From short walks to mammoth hikes, there’s a trail available for every skill and fitness level.