In my book the Tsitsikamma National Park is one of the most beautiful places in South Africa. Indigenous forest, deep gorges and sheer vertical cliffs reaching down to black rocks being battered by the Indian Ocean. A shoreline enviable by many other places. The Tsitsikamma National Park was proclaimed in 1964 and became the first marine protection area in Africa. Today it's one of the most visited places on the Garden Route with most visitors opting to do the 1km walk to the Storms River mouth and the three suspension bridges.