Tsitsikamma is a Khoi word which means place of abundance or sparkling water. Once you arrive in the Tsitsikamma National Park, this becomes even more evident. The abundance of the indigenous rain forest is an unforgettable and magical experience. This protected coastal reserve is a photographers dream with its indigenous forests, rugged unspoilt coastline and the bucket list Otter Trail.
The National Park is the oldest and largest coastal marine reserve in SA, playing a significant role in the conservation of marine flora and fauna and home to the world-famous Storms River Mouth. Here you can experience storms river activities like kayaking, snorkelling, and tubing. All of these Tsitsikamma activities and adventures are a guaranteed adventure rush.
The region sits on a 200m high plateau and stretches from the Bloukarns River in the west to the Tsitsikamma River in the east, Indian Ocean in the south and the impressive Tsitsikamma Mountains in the north.
You are absolutely spoilt for choice for activities in Tsitsikamma National Park with experiences ranging from the world’s highest commercial bungee jump to forest Segway tours and even the incredibly popular Tsitsikamma canopy Tours.
Tsitsikamma is part of the Garden Route that stretches from Mossel Bay al the way to the Tsitsikamma Natioal Park. The Garden Route is considered the adventure destination of South Africa. For a complete list of Garden Route Activities. Please visit Top Activities Garden Route
Tsitsikamma and Storms River are also only a short drive away from Plettenberg Bay. Plett as it is affectionality known is home to a wide range of fun activities and adventures. Click here to see more Top Activities Plettenberg Bay