Eastern Cape Forests

Situated between Western Cape and KwaZulu Natal, the Eastern Cape is the second largest of South Africa's 9 provinces. Show on Map

Destinations in Eastern Cape


Forest Walk Hike

Where? Port St Johns
The Forest Walk Hike is through one of the most beautiful indigenous forests, up to balancing rocks and towards Eagle’s Nest. Many species of trees, interesting and colourful birds, insects and spiders are ...

The Big Tree

Where? Storms River
With a name that doesn’t leave much to the imagination, The Big Tree is exactly what it claims to be. This giant Outeniqua Yellowwood (Podocarpus Falcatus) is a magnificent part of creation, being some 1 000 ...

Kologha Forest Blue Day Walk

Where? Stutterheim
Indulge in this easy three kilometre walk through the beauty of the Eastern Cape Province for a retreat from city life. The Kologha Forest Blue Day Walk takes only one or two hours to complete and is rated ...

The Storms River Suspension Bridge

Where? Storms Riverms
The suspension bridge that hangs over the red-brown waters of the Storms River Mouth spans 77 metres and remains one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Tsitsikamma region of the Eastern Cape. ...

Hike the Kologha Forest Trails

Where? Stutterheim
The Kologha Forest Trails are located in the eastern end of the Amatola Mountains which are near Stutterheim in the Eastern Cape. These mountains are covered in indigenous forest and montane grassland; making ...

Cape Morgan Nature Reserve

Where? Kei Mouth
The Wild Coast is, undeniably, one of South Africa’s most beautiful areas. Its appeal lies in its rugged, untouched natural allure, and the sheer abundance of fauna and flora to be found here. The Cape Morgan ...

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