Tsitsikamma Woodcutters Journey
Explore 100 different tree species including the beautiful “Giants” of the forest – the Outeniqua yellowwoods. Lose yourself in the dappled sunlight filtering through the canopy above and breathe deeply!
Perfect for the whole family – no strenuous walking, just beautiful scenery, fantastic knowledge and good food.
Tsitsikamma Falls Adventure
Enjoy the beautiful Tsitsikamma scenery with an exciting zipline adventure!
- Refreshments halfway on the decks overlooking the waterfalls.
- Guides, Equipment & Refreshments are all included.
- 1-2 hours of pure adrenaline. (depending on group size).
Tsitsikamma Kayak & Lilo
Kayak under the suspension bridge and up the glorious Storms River Gorge. End off exploring deeper into the gorge with unique designed lilo’s as you marvel at the wonders of nature from a new perspective, challenge your fear of heights by taking a leap from the cliffs into the deep pools or just enjoy relaxing beauty of the pristine nature! For the whole family!
Segway through Stormsriver Village and into the local indigenous forest with a majestic 800 year old Yellowwood Big Tree. One will experience the breathtaking beauty of our forest up close and on the comfort of your Segway. Contact Tsitsikamma Segway Tours or refer to our Awesome Foursome Package.
The world’s highest Bungy Jump from the legendary Bloukrans Bridge. Access to the jump point is via a specially engineered walkway. Height: 216m
The well sign-posted “Big Tree” is located 1 km east of the Storms River. A 500 metre pathway through indigenous bush leads to this yellow wood giant. The Big Tree in Tsitsikamma is estimated to be almost 1 000 years old, it stands 36.6 metres high and has a circumference of almost 9 metres.
Paul Sauer Bridge
The Paul Sauer Bridge, 4 kms east of the Storms River Village, spans the impressive Storms River Gorge. A pedestrian walkway has been constructed to enable pedestrians to enjoy the views of the gorge and to marvel at its concrete construction. Constructed between 1954 and 1960, this bridge is a marvel of architectural and engineering challenges, and was designed by an Italian professor, Riccardo Morandi.
Hiking in indigenous forest
Tsitsikamma is where you will find some of the most pristine forest areas and forest trails in the whole of the Garden Route, equalled only by the forests in the Knysna area.
Most of the indigenous forests in the western section of the Garden Route fall within the Tsitsikamma National Park. Commercial plantations in the area are also regulated as to not impact on water catchment areas and wildlife. The Park not only conserves indigenous flora and fauna but also marine life as it incorporates a marine belt stretching 5.5km into the ocean.
Tree Top Canopy Tour
The original canopy tour – A first in Africa. Enjoy the unequalled beauty of the forest high up on ten treetop platforms. The platforms provide an unbelievable view of this enchanting New World. About three hours later you exit the forest, having undertaken the journey of a lifetime.
Tsitsikamma Blackwater Tubing
Tsitsikamma Blackwater Tubing description: A unique gorge adventure of tubing, swimming, rock jumping and hiking through one of the most spectacular features of the Garden Route…..the Storms River Gorge. This ultimate aqua adventure takes place inside the Tsitsikamma National Park, known for its steep fern-clad walls, pristine beauty, forested river banks, awesome sea views, rare birds and other wildlife.
Tsitsikamma Hiking Trails
Explore the beautiful indigenous forests in Storms River on one of the many hiking trails in the area. The trails extend from the Storms River Village, Storms River Mouth and trail a little further out, and vary in distances and terrain for every kind of explorer. Trails extend out to the Storms River Mouth, Sandy Bay, and some include a part of the famous Otter Trail.