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S is for Seven Saucy, Scenic Photos of Storms River Village

 

If you are after some adventurous activities, look no further than Storms River Village.  Set in the middle of the forest at the foothills of the Tsitsikamma Forest on the Garden Route, this tiny village oozes character.  It tells a story going all the way back to the 1800’s when elephants once roamed the area, then the foresters arrived and slowly a village developed.  From the Tsitsikamma Village Inn which began as a hunting lodge in the mid 1800’s to the many guesthouses and backpackers, there is accommodation to suit every budget.

Tsitsikamma Village Inn - we had dinner in the Hunter's Pub bottom left

Tsitsikamma Village Inn – we had dinner in the Hunter’s Pub bottom left

To add some spice, or is that sauce?  Make sure you pop into Marilyn’s 60’s Diner  – this American inspired diner will take you back to rock ‘n roll with its pictures of Elvis and Marilyn and don’t forget to pop into the “museum” next door where there are Cadillac’s and Chevys on display.  The food and service was spot on too! :)

Marilyn's 60's Diner

Marilyn’s 60′s Diner

Storms River Village is the place to park off for a couple of days while you go swinging through the Outeniqua Yellow Wood Trees on the Canopy Tour, hike through the forests, horseride, go tubing, zip lining, kloofing or mountain bike riding – it is not called the Adventure Capital of South Africa for nothing….

Storms River Village, Accommodation, Activities

 

Storms River Village - Arts and Crafts

 

The Village Lodge, Storms River Village

 

The Guesthouse where we stayed - highly recommended, breakfasts are superb!

The Guesthouse where we stayed – highly recommended, breakfasts are superb!

Have you been to Storms River Village?  What activities did you do? I did the Canopy Tour!  Go there, have some FUN!

Tsitsikamma Canopy Swing, Storms River Village

 PS : Click HERE to read more about the GARDEN ROUTE

 

About Cynthia

I am a fun loving woman who loves to explore new destinations and experiences. My philosophy in life is “Have suitcase, will travel” and I like to drag my family and friends along with me to share in the joy. Naturally, along the journey of “life” I like to indulge in long, lazy lunches, delicious champagne, creamy chocolate and most important, lots of laughter……Having being in travel for many years, I write about my personal experiences, mostly about Southern Africa but I do also get to travel internationally so will pop in some stories about my travels abroad. As food and wine are an integral part of my travel experience I also explore both those topics as well.

10 Responses to S is for Seven Saucy, Scenic Photos of Storms River Village

  1. George says:

    Looks like a lot of fun!

  2. What is kloofing?
    This area looks like a great spot to hang out for a weekend!
    I have never been on a canopy tour but I would love to next time I am in Hawaii or if I ever head to South Africa.
    Ziplining is on my top “to-do” activities which I will try this summer here in BC, Canada.
    Did you try any of the vintage cocktails? That place looks like a lot of fun!

  3. Freya says:

    I have never been there but would love to go, it looks like an awesome place.
    great photos !

  4. I absolutely love the Tsitsikamma and Storms River Village. Been there so many times before and stayed a couple of days again a few months ago. I’m a forest guy so love to go for walks into the indigenous forest. On my last visit I did the Segway Tour which is a brilliant new addition to activities in the village. Haven’t done the Black Water Tubing in 10 years or so, but would love to do it again.

    • Cynthia says:

      Oooh, the Segway Tour sounds good, I have been wanting to try that, oh well, always leave something for next time, that way you know you got to go back :)

  5. Freya says:

    Looks beautiful ! I have never been there but your post and photos definitely make me want to go.

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