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Parcs et nature à Kou-Kamma

Meilleurs parcs

Parc
“Robberg Nature Reserve is just a few minutes drive from Bird Villa. There are picnic tables so even for the "non-hikers" there is a reason to go. Many of the longer trails are un-even and can be rocky/slippery so caution if you're planning a hike. This is a BIG draw to people and is worth a visit....for a several hour hike or even just a short stroll!”
  • 141 personnes du coin recommandent
Resort
“There is the most beautiful hikes, views and a restaurant that serves delicious foods.”
  • 23 personnes du coin recommandent
National Park
“ The Famous Otter trail is one of the roughest and toughest Hikes in the world that takes you about a week to complete if you adhere to the strict time limit, even if you're not going to take part in it, do go for the day for the views of Storms River mouth, treetop zip lining and river kayaking. This is our favourite National Park in South Africa. ”
  • 6 personnes du coin recommandent
Nature Preserve
“Home to an assortment of big cats (like lion, cheetah, Siberian and Benegal tigers, leopard, jaguars, pumas and more), zorilla, hyena and honey badgers, Junkani Wildlife Sanctuary is an eye-opening, once-in-a-lifetime experience for one and all. The only sanctuary of its kind in the Garden Route, it is a conservation wildlife park, which gives animals the freedom to run, play and explore.”
  • 25 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“The Baviaanskloof (Valley of Baboons) is nestled between the Baviaanskloof mountain range in the north and the Kouga mountain range in the south. This 192000Ha conservation area, a World Heritage Site, is home to an amazing diversity of habitat types and species. From forest yellowoods to karoo bossies, thicket spekboom to fynbos proteas, the Kloof is nature lover's paradise! Numerous campsites and lodges, hiking and 4x4 trails are a must see and keep a look out for the San Art which adorns the pristine cliffs. The Baviaanskloof Mega Reserve Project, an exciting Eastern Cape Government and Wilderness Foundation initiative, is attempting to align and facilitate the conservation of the region's bio-diversity and natural resources, with the agricultural and rural development needs. Things to do in Baviaanskloof: - Cycling - Camping - Hiking - Nature Drives”
  • 11 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“This is a local favorite and a beautiful place. Even those not crazy about snakes, will come away with a new respect for these misunderstood creatures. There are also other reptiles, some of which you can touch, all within a park like setting...beautiful. It's located close to the wineries so make a day out of it!”
  • 15 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“The Park has many sections but a perennial favorite is the canoeing/hike up the Touws river to the Waterfalls. The Big Tree walk is also a really beautiful hike in a gorgeous patch of natural forest.”
  • 4 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Ein toller Naturpark. Man fährt runter bis zur felsigen Küste an der sich die Wellen mit viel Gischt brechen. Aktivitäten: Wandern auf Naturpfad mit Bohlen, Hängebrücke und tolle Badebuch entdecken...”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent

Sentiers de randonnée

Trail
“Swing from the treetops across the forest canopy of the place named by the ancient San, Tsitsikamma (place of abundant water). The abundant water has birthed abundant South African wildlife. This nature conservation protects over 116 varieties of giant trees including the Outeniqua Yellowwood, Stink Wood, Iron Wood, Hard Pear, Candle Wood as well as all the unique bird, animal and insect life they support. This eco-tour traverses the upper canopy of vivid evergreen 'jungle' gliding in full harness with helmet, on engineered cables past rare birds like the Knysna Loerie and Narina Trogon.”
  • 27 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“The Tsitsikamma Forest is a wonderful place to explore with an abundance of plant and animal life around you and a varied terrain. Grab a guided tour with ECO-Discovery and glide through on a Segway for the ultimate experience. First you need to complete a 20 minute training course covering all the basics on how to operate the mobile transporter and giving you safety guidelines. Why not try out the fun and sometimes challenging obstacle course to practice and play around on the Segway, getting you comfortable riding around. Once you are ready, take a helmet and your tour will begin, taking you on an amazing journey through a stunning and extremely scenic place. Guides will tell you more about the area you are discovering and what you may see along the way. It is advisable to wear comfortable shoes and bring along sunglasses and sunblock. ”
  • 6 personnes du coin recommandent
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