Chalets Accommodation Near Tsitsikamma National Park
8 Chalets in Tsitsikamma National Park. Enter dates to see full pricing and availability:
Chalets, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Brenton on Sea, Knysna
Welcome to Brenton Breakers.
Brenton on Sea is situated on the beautiful Garden Route. It is a breath-taking,...
Under Milkwood Chalets
Chalets, Self Catering in The Heads, Knysna
On the tidal shores of the famous Knysna Lagoon, lies a collection of 16 self-catering timber chalets, nestled...
Oyster Bay Lodge
Guest Houses, Chalets in Oyster Bay
The lodge has ten Comfortable Guestrooms with en-suite bathroom and private verandas, an intimate restaurant with...
Luxurious Tiny Homes on Farm
Chalets, Self Catering, Pets By Arrangement in East London
Welcome to Luxurious Tiny Homes on Farm,
Soak up the modern charm of this newly built Tiny Home, nestled on our...
Guest Houses, Chalets, Self Catering in Paradise, Knysna
Paradise Heads is an ideal stopover for visitors driving between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth OR for those enjoying...
Brenton On Sea Cottages
Cottages, Chalets, Self Catering in Brenton on Sea, Knysna
Welcome to Brenton On Sea Cottages.
An immaculate yet affordable self catering resort a mere 3 minute walk from...
Picnic Rock Seaside Accommodation
Chalets, Self Catering in Plettenberg Bay Central, Plettenberg Bay
Picnic Rock Seaside Accommodation is situated neatly on the edge beach overlooking the ocean in the sleepy little...
Blue Whale Resort
Chalets, Self Catering in George
Blue Whale Resort offers fully-equipped, self-catering chalets located in a private nature reserve on the seafront...
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Recently incorporated into a broader nature reserve called the Garden Route National Park, the Tsitsikamma National Park lies at the eastern end of the Garden Route on South Africa’s southern coastline.
The 54000ha Tsitsikamma National Park was the first protected marine reserve to be established in Africa and stretches from the stunningly-beautiful lagoon at Nature’s Valley in the west, to the Groot River in the east and a further 5km out to sea. The park covers many vegetation types, from the gloomy forests with many trees reaching 20m to the sky, to scenic dunes covered in fynbos (fine bush) and rocky stretches of coastline with high crags spilling volumes of fresh water out to sea.
Tsitsikamma Nature Park is a nature lover’s playground and has become a hotbed of adventure activity. South Africa’s most famous hiking trail, the 48km Otter Trail, travels through the reserve. Advanced booking to walk this trail is essential, however, there are... Show more