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All reviews suspension bridge storms river car park amazing views steep steps great walk garden route lookout point pebble beach beautiful area entrance fee easy walk well worth the effort indian ocean short hike take your time worth the climb
There is an entrance fee to the park, but IMHO it's worth every penny--the park is just another one of the amazing landscapes South Africa has to offer, but is so unlike the rest. The walk to the Storms River Suspension Bridge is lovely, the...More
It is a great experience of the history of South Africa and its beautiful natural habitats, the caves are amazing and so is the kayak and lilo adventure, shout out to the management team Bradley and hennie
Stormsriver suspension bridges is a must visit when in the Tsitsikamma. It is possibly one of the most beautiful places on earth.
The "hike" to the bridges isnt difficult and there is alot of places to stop off and rest along the way should you...More
The view from the Storms River Suspension Bridge is breath taking. It is truly a must see if you are in the Tsitsikamma National Park. The walk to the bridge is fairly easy. It is a lot of stairs but very safe.
We visited at the end of November which is peak season and the Suspension Bridge area was busy although we were not caught up in traffic queues which can be a feature especially in the afternoon.
The walk to and from the bridges feature a...More
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