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Beautiful place and stunning views. Well worth a visit and easily spent the afternoon hiking up to the picturesque look out spot just beyond the bridge. Beware of the rather steep prices to simply get access (rather cheeky on tourists - R218 EACH).
This place was highly recommended in various guidebooks. We were day visitors to the Storm's River Mouth and completed the walk to the suspension bridge. This was a nice simple walk which we enjoyed. There is really not a lot else to see unless you...More
We drive to Stormsriver mouth with the intention of looking at the suspension bridge. We weren’t intending to cross it as it was nearing the end of the day and it was v cold. But at 218 Rand per overseas person (48 for a SA...More
It’s a fairly easy and short hike to the suspension bridge. We also hiked onwards to lookout point, which was a steep uphill hike. The amazing view at the top made it worthwhile.
Make sure you look in the water from the bridge. We saw...More
This is a beautiful place to visit. There are quite a few steps to get there, but the suspension bridge is only one kilometers walk from the parking lot so should be suitable for most people. Stunning views along the way.
We always enjoy this walk and love going over the suspension bridges. A highlight is spending time on the "rock beach" as well. The walk is mostly flat but does include some steep staircases. Lovely views. Beautiful forest.
This is quite a beautiful scenery.You are closed to the sea and the bridge the hang bridge move while crossing it.The walkway have always something new to see and it is a little far for the older people but it is worth while when reaching...More
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It’s a South African national park. When we went last year, every one we went to charged to get in because they have to keep the facilities available such as the paths, toilets etc. Yes, it seems expensive, but it’s worth... More
It’s a South African national park. When we went last year, every one we went to charged to get in because they have to keep the facilities available such as the paths, toilets etc. Yes, it seems expensive, but it’s worth it. We went in October and saw whales from near the catering tent. Accept it as a cost for what should be a good day out.