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Tsitsikamma National Park

TSITSIKAMMA NATIONAL PARK - a premier South African park

Tsitsikamma Lodge

TSITSIKAMMA LODGE - a luxury getaway

MISTY MOUNTAIN LODGE - place of water

The Fernery

THE FERNERY - luxury in the Tsitsikamma


Tsitsikamma is a region of ocean, mountain, forest and water. No wonder then that the first inhabitants of the area, Khoi-San, gave it its name meaning “place of much water”. The Tsitsikamma National Park stretches for 80 km along a beautiful coastal region, starting at the Salt River and ending at the Krom River Forest Station. This marine reserve is the oldest of its kind in Africa, and is the third most visited of all the National Parks in South Africa. It is also on the Garden Route, which is one of South Africa’s most popular tourist destinations and boasts a plethora of flora, including forest and fynbos species. The birdlife is prolific, and you will see species such as African Black Oystercatchers, Kelp Gulls, African Finfoot, the Knysna Loerie, Narina Trogon and much more. The Park is also the site where baseline research on endangered fish species is carried out.

The Storms River Rest Camp at the mouth of the Storms River overlooks the Indian Ocean and provides a range of accommodation, ranging from camp sites for tents or caravans (all with communal kitchens and ablutions), huts with communal kitchens and communal ablutions, to self-catering oceanettes of varying sizes (all en suite and with equipped kitchen), forest cabins (en suite, communal kitchen), chalets (kitchen, en suite) as well as a self catering guest cottage.

The self-catering oceanettes can each accommodate a maximum of three guests, while the self-catering forest huts and forest cabins can acommodat two guests each. The self-catering chalets can accommodate four or three people. The guest cottage can accommodate a party of eight, self-catering, with a separate dining room and lounge.

There are a number of activities, ranging from hikes in the surrounding forests, swimming in the sea, snorkelling (there is a snorkel route where you can experience the amazing variety of marine life from a different angle) and scuba diving (divers must present a valid certificate and provide their own equipment).

Misty Mountain Lodge Tsitsikamma