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Journey with us down the old Stormsriver Pass, and experience the indigenous forest from the comfort of a specially-designed vehicle. Follow the elephant trail, passing yellowwoods and stinkwoods, while hearing about the history of the area and the...more
101 Darnell Street, Storms River, Tsitsikamma National Park 6308, South Africa
We went on a very rainy cool day but the trip was still worth it. Blankets were provided and rain jackets. Our tour was 3 hours long but we could of gone for another 3 our guide Clemence was very informative and told us facts...More
This is a 2 and half hour journey for an about 4km drive, into the Tsitsikama forest.
Our guide Nigel was very informed on the various tree species and the medicinal advantages of the leaves.
The picnic at the river is very well catered for,...More
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TsitsiCanopy, Public Relations Manager at Tsitsikamma Woodcutters Journey, responded to this reviewResponded 30 July 2018
Thank you for your review, we appreciate the feedback and we will most definitely make work of this.
We as a family and a few close friends undertook the Woodcutters Journey in May 2016 to celebrate our Mother’s 80th birthday and again on 12 May 2018 to honor her memory and say good bye to her. In both instances we were treated with...More
The guide maketh the tour, Clarence was so informative and friendly. Lunch at the bottom of the forest by the stormvlei river was well organized, delicious and scenic. The drive down into he forest was interesting, wonderful experience of the forest.
On frequent trips to the Garden Route, I have always wanted to visit the Tsitsikamma Forest. So this time, with Family/Friends from the UK and after Our chat with Tony and Maria Kinahan, while staying at Lily Pond Country Lodge in Nature’s Valley, We took...More
We chose to do this trip on a cold and rainy morning. We were scared this might ruin it but instead made it totally worth it. The bad weather saw one other couple join us, resulting in an intimate group and easy conversation with our...More
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TsitsiCanopy, General Manager at Tsitsikamma Woodcutters Journey, responded to this reviewResponded 22 June 2017
Good day Leigh
We are extremely happy to hear you enjoyed the Woodcutters Journey. Hope to see you again.
Our guide worked hard to try to find something interesting to say about this place. She did have a problem because the group was largely unresponsive. The trail down has been cleared and the forest looked very new when all you could see were young...More
To really experience the indigenous forests of Tsitsikamma, you have to hike one of the many trails. But if your feet are not what they used to be or if you want an easy experience, do the Woodcutter Journey and experience the forest in comfort....More