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There are five trails - all with varying distances

Half Collared Kingfisher Trail

  • It is a nice shady walk through the forest, you are likely to see most of our birds e.g. the Knyzna Loerie, Giant Kingfisher and the Fish Eagle. You will also see the Yellow Wood Trees.
  • Trail distance: 7.2km
  • Trail time: 3-4hrs

Giant Kingfisher Trail

  • It is a little strenuous in the beginning of the trail but it does get easier. It is the only trail that leads to a waterfall. You are allowed to swim and picnic at the waterfall. This trail is on the opposite side of the Half Collard.
  • Trail distance: 3,5km
  • Trail time: 3-4hrs

Pied Kingfisher Trail

  • This trail is mainly used for bird watching. It is a flat circular route which takes you through the Serpentine which mainly consists of Fynbos. It is an open trail with no shade. There is a section of the trail which combines with the beach. You’ll be able to walk along the beach to Wilderness Village and back to our Camp.
  • Trail distance: 10km
  • Trail time: 3-4hrs

Brown Hooded Kingfisher Trail

  • This is also through the forest and leads to the river. This trail is also popular for bird watching.
  • Trail distance: 4.1km
  • Trail time: 2-3hrs

Cape Dune Molerat Trail

  • This is a very sandy trail, where you can see the Fynbos and beautiful Proteas close at hand. It is also a circular route with no shade.
  • Trail distance: 6km
  • Trail time: 2-3hrs

We also have Bird Hides- you can get directions to these at our reception area.

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Did You Know?

  • The GRNP has the single largest block of Afromontane forest in South Africa including the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma sandstone fynbos areas, Mountains, forest and coast in close proximity and scenic beauty.