Storms River, Tsitsikamma - Things to do
OVERVIEW:The two day trail covers a distance of 17km along the pristine Tsitsikamma coastal belt, a narrow plateau sandwiched between the Tsitsikamma Mountains and the Indian Ocean. All baggage is portered to the overnight destinations, allowing hikers of all ages to experience the unrivalled beauty of the wilderness area on foot. The three nights are spent in 4 star, luxury accommodation, beginning at the Storms River Mouth, winding its way eastward, through natural fynbos, under pristine indigenous forest, over rugged rocks at the ocean's edge, and ending at the Sanddrift River.
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Accommodation near Storms River, Tsitsikamma
This accommodation in Storms River is in the beautiful Garden Route and offers a unique form of accommodation. Most of the rooms at Tsitsikamma Village Inn are situated around a typical Village green. These buildings represent many of the different building styles that were found in the Cape Colony during the 1800s. At this Storms River accommodation The De Oude Martha Restaurant serves hearty and ...
Log and wooden cabins have never looked as luxurious as this accommodation in Storms River named Tsitsikamma Lodge and Spa. A 3 star grading does not stop this cabin accommodation from being luxurious and 'uber' romantic in its setting and in its entire array. Enjoying the lush beauty of the surroundings of the Tsitsikamma Forest and the opulence of a luxury spa this lodge in Storms River marries the ...
Things to do near Storms River, Tsitsikamma
The Storms River, just one of a number of rivers in this region, originates in the Tsitsikamma Mountains and makes its way through forests thick with ancient Yellowwood, Hard Pear Trees and distinctive Cape fynbos, before reaching the sea at the eastern end of the Tsitsikamma National Park, which stretches for 80 kilometres from the Krom River forest station to the Salt River and is one of Africa's ...
The Otter Trails runs through the Tsitsikamma National Park which stretches for 80 km along the scenic southern Cape coast and 5,5 km out to sea. The Storms River Mouth rest camp, at the start of the trail, provides overnight accommodation and has a shop and a restaurant, information centre, swimming pool for resident visitors, caravan and camp sites. Accommodation for the nights prior the and on completion ...
Starting Point: Parking area on the R102 turn off to the Big Tree. One of the largest Yellowwoods in the country, indigenous forest. Permit: Sign, register and pay entrance fee Information provided with courtesy of SA Hikes ...
Natural forest; streams; ferns; forest birds. The trail starts and ends at Witelsbos State Forest. ...
The two day trail covers a distance of 17km along the pristine Tsitsikamma coastal belt, a narrow plateau sandwiched between the Tsitsikamma Mountains and the Indian Ocean. All baggage is portered to the overnight destinations, allowing hikers of all ages to experience the unrivalled beauty of the wilderness area on foot. The three nights are spent in 4 star, luxury accommodation, beginning at the ...
Storms River Adventures presents Tsitsikamma Canopy Tours in the Eastern Cape. So if you're an adventure junkie or love to be in nature then a Tsitsikamma Canopy Tour is for you. This amazing thing to do in Storms River is a three-hour guided aerial excursion of the mid canopy of the indigenous Tsitsikamma forest providing tourists with an unequaled environmental experience, which constantly ...
Map of Dolphin Trail in Storms River, Tsitsikamma+ OPEN FULL MAP
GPS Co-Ordinates: 26° 34' 60" E / 32° 13' 0" S
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Directions to Dolphin Trail in Storms River, Tsitsikamma
|Departing: George Airport|
|Address: R404, South Africa|
|Distance: 0.8 km / Duration: 7 hours 43 mins|
|1.||Head north toward R404||0.2 km|
|2.||Turn right onto R404||2.4 km|
|3.||Turn left to merge onto N2||11.7 km|
|4.||Exit on the right to stay on N2|
Go through 2 roundabouts
|5.||Merge onto N2 via the ramp to Grahamstown||83.8 km|
|6.||Turn left toward R67||0.2 km|
|7.||Continue straight onto R67||70.4 km|
|8.||Turn right onto R63||0.7 km|
|9.||Turn left onto R67||11.6 km|
|10.||Turn left at Clerk Rd||20.5 km|
|11.||Turn right toward R351||27.8 km|
|12.||Turn left onto R351||2.6 km|
|13.||Turn left||18.3 km|
|14.||Turn right||10.1 km|
|15.||Turn right||1.4 km|
|16.||Turn right||0.8 km|
George Airport - George+ OPEN WEBSITE
With a growing number of travellers heading to the region's beaches, forests and mountains, George airport now has over 600 000 passengers a year. It has won the South African Airport of the Year award six times (at the time of writing), and George's city centre is 11 Kilometres away.
George Airport was originally named after the then president P.W. Botha and was built in 1977.
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Things to do near Storms River, Tsitsikamma
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