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Situated along the spectacular Garden Route of South Africa, Tsitsikamma is a pristine coastal region renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty, rugged landscapes, and diverse ecosystems. Within the Eastern Cape Province’s Garden Route National Park, Tsitsikamma boasts a dramatic coastline. Here, cliffs plunge towards the sparkling ocean waters, while ancient forests thrive under abundant rainfall. This bounty of water, reflected in the Khoisan name “place of much water,” sustains Tsitsikamma’s lush vegetation and diverse wildlife. From towering indigenous forests and cascading waterfalls to secluded beaches and rocky shorelines, Tsitsikamma offers a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.

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  1. Storms River Mouth: At the heart of Tsitsikamma lies the iconic Storms River Mouth, where the Storms River meets the Indian Ocean. This picturesque estuary is surrounded by towering cliffs and lush forests and offers a range of activities such as kayaking, snorkeling, and hiking along the famous Otter Trail.

  2. Bloukrans Bridge: Tsitsikamma is home to the world’s highest commercial bungee jump, located at the Bloukrans Bridge. Thrill-seekers from around the globe come to experience the adrenaline rush of leaping off this iconic bridge, which spans the impressive Bloukrans River gorge.

  3. The Otter Trail: Renowned as one of South Africa’s premier hiking trails, the Otter Trail stretches for 42 kilometers along the rugged Tsitsikamma coastline. This multi-day trek takes hikers through diverse landscapes, including ancient forests, rocky beaches, and coastal fynbos, with overnight stops at scenic campsites.

  4. Marine Life: Tsitsikamma’s marine protected area is home to a rich diversity of marine life, including dolphins, seals, and various species of whales. Between July and December, southern right whales can often be spotted frolicking in the waters off the coast, providing a spectacular wildlife viewing experience.

  5. Famous Forests: The Tsitsikamma region boasts some of the last remaining indigenous forests in South Africa, including the renowned Tsitsikamma Forest. These ancient forests are home to towering yellowwood trees, ferns, and a variety of bird species, offering visitors a tranquil escape into nature’s embrace.


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