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The entrance fee for the Tsitsikamma National Park is quit pricy (235 R).
We have only visited the suspension bridge, which is the most famous activity. We have not taken any of the walking trailer, as we have a little baby. The walk is very...More
Its a bit of a walk but once there it is a collection of the most stunning views of outstanding natural beauty. There is a nice little shop for nick nacks before you start the walk to the bridge. There is also a restaurant but...More
So we took an adventure and used the google pin online to try get to the bridge, little did we know that google would completely throw us off. We landed in a dense pine tree forrest on the mountain range directly above the river mouth....More
The walk to the suspension bridges is well worth the effort with excellent coastal views along the way. At the end is the main suspension bridge across the gorge with two further suspension bridges round the side of the cliff. The three suspension bridges span...More
We visited here as part of a tour down the garden route and the place was very busy with cars etc everywhere. Our mini bus had speedy access but the queues to drive in were very long. Unfortunately as we arrived,the weather became misty which...More
I was on a tour bus so did not experience any queue or cost problems. I think the walk to the suspension bridges is well worth the effort as the coastal views along the way are great. At the end there is the main suspension...More
Took ages getting into the Tsitsikamma National Park due to unnecessarily long form to complete and with only one attendant taking entrance fees whilst the rangers filling out forms also had to queue to book us in. As we were international visitors we had to...More
My wife and I visited the Nature Reserve to walk rhe Suspension Bridges as it had been recommended by friends.
Some of the comments on previous reviews are correct: there can be car queues to enter, there is a Form to complete and it did...More
In early May, we will be driving from Knysna to Port Elizabeth. We need to drop off a rental car and catch a flight to Durban which departs Pt. Elizabeth at 1.40pm. Do you think we have time to stop at the Storms River Suspension Bridge? To be able to fit this in, what time in the morning should we leave Knysna?
March 07, 2013|
Response fromPetrus R|
Not really unless you leave Knysna by 06:00. The drive, without stops, will be between 2.5 and 3 hours. You need to be at the airport by 12:15 to be safe. I also think you should factor 30 minutes or so to "find" the airport, typical in anything other than your home country. What I would suggest is that you consider spending your last night at Stormsriver. The drive from Knysna to PE is beautiful and you would want to stop regularly. Thus driving Knysna to Stormsriver the day before would...More
Halstead, United Kingdom
Where is entrance to Storms River suspension bridge hike? (2 Replies)
Hi there We are visiting SA next month and want to do the hike at Storms River so that we go over the suspension bridge. We have a sat nav so just wondering where we need to drive to pick up the start of the trial? Looking on the map it seems to be the Storms River Mouth Rest Camp? Once there, is there restaurants and is it clear which hikes go where? Sorry if this is ignorance on my part. We would like around an hour/90 minute walk and are all able bodied and relatively fit. Thanks,...More
September 26, 2017|
Response fromHank D|
As you enter the Storms River Park at the gate, they will supply you with a map and guidance to get you to the main parking at the rest camp. Once there and you find a suitable parking spot you just head straight to the main building and just on the front side of the building is the marked signs on where to start with the hike. Quite a lot of steps and take with you enough water and have comfortable shoes on. Enjoy the hike! All the best! Hank Daries I Owner @ Ulungele Tours & Safari's...More
Storms River Suspension Bridge - (5 Replies)
Hello, Finally it is coming closure and I have started detailing each day.... thanks to TA members my main itinerary is planned.... In Mid April On Day 2 of our trip....We are travelling from Port Elizabeth to Knysna. reaching PE @ 10 am. Renting a car. planning to reach Tsitsikamma Park by 1 pm. With Tsitsikamma park is it possible to cover ST Francis Bay or Plettenberg Bay ? We plan to stop at Tsitsikamma Park (Storms River). We are interested in visiting Storms River Suspension...More