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Jubilee Creek picnic site and walk

Rheenendal Road, 6570, South Africa
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Tranquil and relaxing!!

Very relaxing and amazing area to visit!! Fresh air, sounds of waterfalls,birds singing in... read more

Reviewed May 22, 2017
antionette_condon
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Lovely new year's walk

What s beautiful forest walk, with something to see every few steps, even the 4-year old managed... read more

Reviewed January 1, 2017
Thomas F
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Rheenendal Road, 6570, South Africa
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Reviewed May 22, 2017 via mobile

Very relaxing and amazing area to visit!! Fresh air, sounds of waterfalls,birds singing in trees. Walked 3600km and felt like we just started walking. Was not Tiring,just relaxing and amazing to experience... Will definitely be back

Thank antionette_condon
Reviewed January 1, 2017 via mobile

What s beautiful forest walk, with something to see every few steps, even the 4-year old managed the whole distance. The kids loved exploring the streams.

Thank Thomas F
Reviewed August 17, 2016

We decided to pack a picnic basket and check out this National Parks Board picnic site. We were 6 adults in total plus 3 little ones. The drive through the park on a gravel road is really beautiful and the road is in good condition....More

Thank Deodave
Reviewed April 13, 2016 via mobile

This beautiful relaxing walk is excellent for those that just wish to take an easy hike through spectacular woods. Safe and indeed relaxing and for the more daring a dip in the water hole at the turn around point is just what the doctor ordered.

Thank Leon F
Reviewed March 13, 2016

This is a Sansparks area, so you will pay an entrance fee, about R70 for four people. The park consists of about 3 major areas: Circles in the forest, Jubilee Creek and the Mine/Millwood tea garden area. Circles have two hiking routes, the 3km and...More

Thank Kaysten100
Reviewed January 22, 2016 via mobile

This walk is perfect for those who want to be outdoors and enjoy nature without feeling like they're working... The path follows the rivers edge for most of the way and so the sounds of the forest are birds and trickling water all the way....More

Thank ChezanneT
Reviewed November 25, 2015 via mobile

Such and amazing picnic site. Magical venue hidden in the forests. Quite a drive from the main road but worth the effort. Awesome for kids, shallow river to paddle in and an easy walk for exploring. Beautiful day out in nature

Thank EL1802
Reviewed April 2, 2015

A lovely 2-3 hour trip (3.6 km in total) into the forest, crossing cool streams and ending at a picturesque waterfall with a rock pool for dipping. Our kids (ages 9 & 12) thoroughly enjoyed it. Not strenuous at all! Interesting plants and birds to...More

Thank Elmarie P
Reviewed January 10, 2015

This is an interesting short walk through varied bush, trees, plants and flowers, ending at a pool at the foot of a series of waterfalls. It is a popular walk,but not crowded. We also saw some monkeys (not baboons).

Thank Carleau2014
Reviewed January 13, 2013

So beautiful and magical area. We did the 3,6 km long trail which was easy. Bring bathing clothes for a dip in the crystal clear water and then have picnic/bbq by the parking area.

1  Thank Fredrik S
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