The word “Tsitsikamma” hails from the Khoi language meaning place of much water. Probably referring to the clear water of the Tsitsikamma River.
The Tsitsikamma National Park is a protected area on the Garden Route, in the Western and Eastern Cape province of South Africa. It is a coastal reserve well known for its indigenous forests, dramatic coastline, and the Otter Trail. In 2009 the park was amalgamated with the Wilderness National Park and various other areas of land to form the Garden Route National Park.
The park covers an 80 km long stretch of coastline and is a haven to a variety of marine species and indigenous flora. The Tsitsikamma National Park boasts unique and spectacular scenery in this magical part of South Africa.
Beautiful place to visit. Although it rained, we went kayaking and had a good time. We were not able... - Diana Leerodas.
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Beautiful place to visit. Although it rained, we went kayaking and had a good time. We were not able to go hiking and that as a bummer. Our guide Elvis took good care of us as always.
Excellent experience! My guide, Mawethu Elvis Platyi, picked me up from P.E and drove for 2 hs until the park. Once there you get prepared for kayak and lilo. After lunch (not included) you can go walking to the bridge. Is an exausting but rewarding activity!