Tsitsikamma Things To Do
Tsitsikamma is well known for the variety of activities on offer to visitors. These range from guided tours to Protea farms, hikes in the tranquil Tsitsikamma Forest to Tree Top Zip lines, bungy jumping, black water tubing that guarantees an adrenaline rush. Below is a list of some of the firm favourites.
Oudebosch Farm Stall
Located on the R102, about 6km from from Eersterivier, Oudebosch Farm Stall offers from curios, locally homemade preserves, tourist information to light meals and groceries. Oudebosch is the nearest store to purchase groceries, essentials and special treats.
Oudebosch also serves cakes, coffee, roosterkoek, and light meals. Enjoy a visit with Ginger and chat to Molly the parrot. Visit the beer garden and enjoy a meal, let the kids play and feed the bunnies. Oudebosch is also available for weddings, conferences and functions. Read more here.
Fynbos Golf Estate
Fynbos Golf and Country Estate is ideally located with breathtaking views over the ocean and towards the Tsitsikamma Mountains.
The golf course is a 9 hole, characterized by well-defined tee boxes, tiered landing areas, and bunkers protecting spacious greens.
A major feature of the course is a wetlands area that trickles into a catchment dam.
Tsitsikamma Falls Adventures
Offering zip-line adventure slides in the heart of the Tsitsikamma. The slides criss-cross the Kruis River traversing the river, forest and spectacular waterfalls.
The adventure offers a bird-eye view of the indigenous flora and fauna, with the longest slide being 211m and the highest 50m high, and promises to be a memorable experience!
Tsitsikamma Canopy Tour
Tsitsikamma Segway Tours
Another unique way to explore the Tsitsikamma region is with Segway units. Each tour is guided and the Segway’s are exceptionally easy and safe to use.
An incredible experience for those wanting to take in the best that Tsitsikamma has to offer in a hassle-free and fun way!
Tsitsikamma National Park & Storm’s River Mouth
Officially declared a National Park in 1964, the Tsitsikamma National Park stretches a breathtaking coastline of over 80km.
A restaurant, shop, walks in the indigenous forest, across the Storms River suspension bridge, which crosses the Storms River mouth is a must for any adventure hungry soul.
The Big Tree
Standing at over 30m tall, and more than 800 years old, this Yellowwood Tree (Podocarpus Falcatus) will make your visit to the Tsitsikamma Region memorable. Enjoy a stroll through yet another indigenous treasure, with a variety of routes to take to visit this spectacular Mammoth of trees. Located just off the N2 highway.