About What to do at Storms River Mouth
There is a variety of fun and adventurous activities available at the Garden Route National Park ranging from hiking trails, nature walks and much more.
Walks: Waterfall Trail: (6km)
This 6 km walk is the start of the Otter trail, and takes one along the rocky shoreline for 3 km to where the Tweeriviere River falls 50m into a large pool before cascading into the sea. You return along the same path. Suitable footwear is vital as there are sections over rocks. Allow at least 3 hours. Great picnic site and swimming is possible n the large pool of the waterfall.
Walks: Stormsriver Mouth Hike (2km)
Cross the small beach and then follow a boardwalk as it meanders up and down through coastal forest, allowing views of the sea, coast and river mouth. The highlight is the 77m long suspension bridge crossing the Storms River Mouth, taking you to a pebble beach, before ascending steeply to a viewpoint over the coast – well worth the effort! One does not have to go to the viewpoint, but can return immediately via a circular route that takes one over 2 smaller suspension bridges before rejoining the boardwalk.
Storms River Mouth Beach
The small beach is suitable for swimming and in the summer there is a raft moored about 50m out for the adventurous to swim too. This is also the area to snorkel and scuba dive.
Agulhas Look Out
A steep walk takes you up to a wonderful deck overlooking the coast, before meandering along through forest and back down via a pretty stream crossing.
A short walk through the coastal forest.
Scuba Dive / Kayaking Or Snorkelling
The park is well known for these activities, and equipment and tours are available.