Tsitsikamma Falls Adventures
- Storms River
- Storms River
Last Updated: October 2017
- Longitude: 24.022609
- Latitude: -33.982392
About Tsitsikamma Falls Adventures
OPERATING HOURS: every day from 08h00 through to 16h00.
AGE LIMITS: From 3 to 7 years old in tandem with parent/guardian, Oldest to date - 90.
- No pregnant ladies-so sorry.
- Need to be able to walk a total of about 600 metres in all unassisted.
- No ziplining if there is lightning. 120kg weight limit for a comfortable of harness.
WEATHER: All weather activity-rain suits are provided if necessary
THEADVENTURE: The zipline tour consisting of 8 slides is done in a harness fitted with a braking system and takes one back and forth across the Kruis river. The longest slide is 211 metres and average length is 100 metres. The tour takes a group of 10 about 90 minutes and 2 people about 40 minutes. The group is always accompanied by 2 guides. The slides take one over 3 waterfalls and down a gorge.
Own camera can be taken-alternatively you can purchase a CD with videos and photographs-costs depend on the group size. No limit to the number of people 1 or more Bookings are not essential-if you are a group of about 20 or more advisable to contact us before the time.
The river banks are full of indigenous trees including yellowwoods. The Sundew plant(Drosera) a variety of carniverous plant can be seen. Birds are abundant and the elusive Knysa Loerie is seen quite often. Dassies(Rock rabbits) are present. The scenery changes as you zip along is amazing and dominated by witelspeak just 5 k to the north-east. Witelspeak is dominant in the Tsitsikamma mountain range that is to the north of us.
Map and Directions to Tsitsikamma Falls Adventures
GPS: 33° 58' 56. 61" S / 24° 1' 21. 39" E
We are situated on the N2 and to get here from:
Plettenberg Bay(or from the west) –drive 75 km’s eastwards toward Port Elizabeth (through the toll gate-across the Storms River bridge)and we are right next to the N2 on on your right (southern side of the road). Port Elizabeth(or from the east) drive 170 km’s westwards toward Cape Town and on your left ( the southern side). The buildings have bright orange roofs.