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All reviews garden route suspension bridge entrance gate staying overnight storms river ocean front large tent enjoying nature cape point restaurant and gift shop nature experience lots of outdoor activities adventure activities couple of hours waterfall trail great place to visit sound of crashing waves
This place is so special!!
You can come here to relax and sit down on the grass and watch how the waves shatter on the rocks or to take a more adventurous approach and try the couple of trekking trails around this place.
Terrific place to spend a day for singles or families Views of the storms river and the ocean are outstanding. The suspension bridges over the river offer nice views for pictures of the river. There is a kayak rental place where you can kayak up...More
Beautiful rocky shore with the crashing Indian ocean, and a lovely visual feast at the Storms River Mouth with its three suspension bridges.
It's a bit of a walk with many steps to get there but doable for most. We never saw the boat options...More
The entrance fee for non SA residents is ridiculous high at a price of 143 Rand per person how can tourists almost pay the triple price, while south Africans pay 59 Rand per person, way too much for this attraction it's a discrimination for tourists...More
Visited on our trip along the Garden Route. This is an area of outstanding beauty and a must visit during any road trip in this area. There was a R470 charge as an international visitor to enter the park but worth it. The walks around...More
This nature reserve offers lovely walks with fairly even walkways for the not so adventurous or elderly to enjoy some of the scenery yet also has good climbs up the cliff edge where the more adventurous can enjoy spectacular views.
We only had a couple of hours here as I didn't realise it was in this location!
We did the walk to the end of the suspension bridges and back, which was around 2.5km and took about an hour each way with photo stops i'd...More
If ever there were a case for restricting visitors then this stunning national park must be it. The natural beauty and limited access is overwhelmed by coachloads of visitors.
That said the staff were charming and helpful particularly Petrus on the gate ( this guy...More