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Media Release: Suspension bridge at GRNP's Tsitsikamma Section open

Date: 2008-12-19

The suspension bridge at the Tsitsikamma Section of the Garden Route National Park (GRNP) will re-open today. The bridge is one of the biggest drawcards to Stormsriver Mouth and Park Manager Darren Claassen said that they are delighted that visitors will be able to use it again.

The suspension bridge at the Tsitsikamma Section of the Garden Route National Park (GRNP) will re-open today. The bridge is one of the biggest drawcards to Stormsriver Mouth and Park Manager Darren Claassen said that they are delighted that visitors will be able to use it again.

“The Park is fully booked and this will be a great bonus for visitors. In addition, the new tourism boat will also start operating from today. The previous one was damaged during the high seas we experienced in September and as a result could also not offer tourist boat trips. I am very happy that both these activities will be available to the public once again,” said Claasen.

Regional Manager Mvusy Songelwa said that construction on a new circular route with three additional suspension bridges is still in process. “We anticipate this new route will open in April and will enhance the visitor’s experience to Stormsriver Mouth even more. It will be a great addition to the existing route.”

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Knysna PR on behalf of SANParks Garden Route

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