Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa, extends for about 5 km to the sea, protecting a wonderful landscape of flora and fauna, with dolphins playing and surfing among the cliffs. If you are lucky in the right season you can see the whale of the southern sea. The park has two campsites, one at the mouth of the Storms River and one in the Nature’s Valley.
The Tsitsikamma National Park, is part of the Garden Route National Park in South Africa, is a place where you can live in the open air with breathtaking marine life and a holiday full of adventures.
What to do:
In Tsitsikamma National Park you can choose among activities including: scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, hiking, swimming, climbing, diving on a rope, mountain biking, sailing, bungee jumping.
There are many hiking trails of varying lengths and nature walks in this region, the most famous one is Otter Trail and the Dolphin Trail.
When to go:
The Tsitsikamma National Park is accessible all year long, from May to November is high season. The climate is temperate, with high precipitation in October and May and minimum in June and July.