If you love nature, the coast and all that goes with it, then you’ll love Tsitsikamma. The Tsitsikamma region of the Western Cape stretches from the Bloukrans River in the west to Eerste Rivier in the east, and from the Tsitsikamma Mountains in the north to the Indian Ocean in the south. This wonderful area is a hive of outdoor activity and adventures, allowing visitors from all over the world to experience the beauty of this historical stop along the Garden Route of South Africa.
It is home to the famous Tsitsikamma Big Tree; this tree is estimated to be between 600 and 800 years old, stands 36,6 m tall and has a trunk circumference of 9m. It is well worth a special visit, and is a perfect symbol of the rich natural history this area boasts. The video below is a sneak peak of what to expect on when you visit this special place:
The area is also home to the Bloukrans Bungee; the highest commercial bungy jump in the world! At 26m, this bridge attracts adventure seekers from all over the globe. It’s found along the scenic Garden Route offering one of the most spectacular bungee jumps in South Africa, if not the world. This operation is run by Face Adrenaline, a member of the South African Tourism Association. These specialists in South African bungee jumping put safety first with all equipment conforming to international standards and highly trained and experienced staff ensuring that you enjoy the jump of a lifetime. Take a sneak peak of this exciting activity below:
Tsitsikamma is also home to one of the magical properties in our unique portfolio: the Tsitsikamma Village Inn. This property has a rich history of it's own, and invites guests to stay in one of the 49 individually decorated rooms they offer at the hotel. There are a number of onsite facilities unique to the area, such as Marilyn's 60's Diner and the Tsitsikamma Microbrewery, and it is a central location to explore all there is to do and see for families, couples and adventurers alike. Here is a sneak peak of the hotel, and you can read more about them here.