Hiking in South Africa is amazing because there's something for everyone, from easy walks to challenging treks. Most of my posts cover day hikes, with a focus on South Africa's Eastern Cape Province. From hiking with a giraffe, to getting up close and personal with hippos, and visiting iconic places such as the Storms River Bridge in Tsitsikamma, there's a lot to explore! Keep reading as I share insider tips and personal accounts of these beautiful hiking destinations. 🚶♂️🏞️
Explore the beauty and excitement of the Morgan Bay Cliffs with stunning views and fun activities at this spectacular site.
Find out how to visit the Nahoon Bats Cave in East London, as well as some useful tips to make the most of your experience.
Use this guide for some helpful tips and information on how to visit the Storms River Suspension Bridge in Tsitsikamma.
The Cape St Blaize Hiking Trail in Mossel Bay is a beautiful 13.5km coastal path stretching from the Cape St Blaize Lighthouse to Dana Bay.
The Storms River Mouth hiking trails showcase the beauty of Tsitsikamma, with trails winding along the coastline and along forested paths.
The Blue Duiker Trail takes you on a beautiful hike through indigenous forest at Storms River Mouth (Tsitsikamma).
The Big Tree in Tsitsikamma is a towering and ancient Outeniqua Yellowwood tree, said to be around 600-800 years old.
Explore the stunning Tsitsikamma Waterfall Trail at Storms River, and be amazed by the breathtaking views along the coastline!
If you love hiking in beautiful places, the Madonna and Child Waterfall trail in Hogsback is one of the best in the area!
Explore the Eastern Cape's Reserve's wildlife hiking trails and get up close and personal with the wildlife.
More than just a natural wonder, Cove Rock in East London has deep historical importance and symbolism in Xhosa culture.
Discover unique hiking trails in the Eastern Cape, where diverse landscapes, wildlife and history beautifully intertwine.