Tsitsikamma Village Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTsitsikamma Village Inn Storms River
This place was completely unexpected in the area we are in. A quaint little colonial type accommodation. Awesome stuff!
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Thankfully we woke up to some decent weather this morning and we were pumped for an activity filled day. It started Dijembe style, with lots helpings of pancakes in front of the cosy fire! We then got our bags packed for the day and set off with one of the staff members in her little car. The first place we were headed was the Tsitsikamma national park where we would be doing the canoe/lilo activity. Once we arrived we said our hellos to the staff and the ...
Today we had booked to do go into the titsikama national park and do some canoeing/ lilo-ing? Not sure if that's the right term but you paddle about on a lilo! Unfortunately though, we woke up to some pretty grim weather. It was really cold and raining plus it was really foggy and just not really weather that makes you want to mess around in the water. We had a look at the weather forecast and re planned our day. We decided that instead we would ...
... dolphins fishing in the surf. We spent the rest of the late afternon/early evening sitting on the terrace, drinking wine, watching the waves and keeping the resident gull off our crisps!
Dinner was a fine steak and a decent Pint Noir and we wandered back to our chalet in the light of a full moon feeling exceptionally content. Fell asleep to the sound of the ...
... dash in the dark. Easy Peasy ! Travelling towards the entrance to the BK Nature Reserve, we were disappointed not to have encountered a Kudu or some form of wild animal other than the Chacma baboons and Vervet monkeys who, incidentally, make a delicious meal for the Cape Leopard. Of the 35 Cape Leopards counted,19 have been collared and the research project on them in BK is said to be the largest in the world. Camera and DNA analysis is on ...
... through y’all’s prayers! ...