Tsitsikamma ‘place of abundance and sparkling water’ that stretches from the Tsitsikamma Mountains in the north, the Indian Ocean in the south, Bloukrans River in the west to the Tsitsikamma River in the east. The expedition takes voyagers through natural forests, along beautiful coastline and to top notch adventure activities.
The pleasant climate all year around allows visitors to enjoy the plentiful outdoor attractions: bungy jumping, diving, snorkelling, mountain biking or hiking.
The indigenous forest is made of ancient yellowwood trees, magnificent fynbos plants, native flora and rich birdlife. The high rainfall in the area causes an abundance of vegetation that gives the area its name.
Adrenaline junkies and adventure seekers will not be disappointed by the Tsitsikamma Canopy Tour, Segway Tour, Blackwater tubing or mountain biking tours.
Lovers of the peace and quiet can just sit back and enjoy the view overlooking the Storms River mouth or take a scenic drive trhough the nearby Langkloof Valley.
And don’t forget Regyne, the world’s largest commercial protea farm, situated just outside of Eersterivier – a truly breath-taking experience!
Highlights to discover
Discover the Storm Rriver Village and the Tsitsikamma Forest on a Segway. The guided tour takes you around the cool pine forest, indigenous forest over the historical Witteklip Bridge into the local township and to the grand 1000 year old Tsitsikamma BIG tree.
An experience not to be missed!
For more information visit http://www.segwayfun.co.za/tsitsikamma-segway-tours.
Discovering the Tsitsikamma rain forest on a canopy tour is a one of a kind experience. At 30 metres above the ground, explorers slide from platform to platform along a steel cable.
Visit http://stormsriver.com/canopy_tour_tree_top_tour_stormsriver_tsitsikamma_garden_route.html for a sneak peek.
Did you know? At 217 metres, the Bloukrans Bridge is the world’s highest bungy jumping bridge.
Overlooking the Bloukrans River valley, the spectacular view captures the magnificence and tranquillity of the vicinity. But the jump off the bridge gets your adrenaline pumping and makes it an experience you’ll never forget.
Book the jump of your life here http://www.faceadrenalin.com/.
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For more information visit http://www.nature-reserve.co.za/tsitsikamma-coastal-national-park.html.
Did you know? The protea plant is an indigenous South African flower that is represented on South Africa’s coat of arms.
Visit the Regyne Protea Farm for tea and learn everything there is to know about this beautiful flower.
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