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Relatively short walk, only 3.6km. The hills and descents are very steep. Be sure to take your camera and eats because when you reach the Homtini River the rewards are satisfying and you will want to spend some time there. The waters of the river...more
It felt like a scavenger hunt trying to get there or the information where it is located exactly. (perhaps just my own stupidity). However I've added Screenshots where you can get the permit. Almost 100rand per person, and you can walk several of the trails...More
If you’re wondering where to go to get the best Knysna experience, Dripkelders is the place to go to! A beautiful hike down to the beautiful fresh waters of Knysna, complete with waterfalls and the most thrilling energy from nature.
The 4 of us did Drupkelders and enjoyed every minute. Some of the sections will be challenging as they are steep and slippery. Fortunately SAN parks provide ropes for the most difficult sections. We swam in the pools at the bottom (brisk, chilly but great...More
We were staying in one of the neighbouring cottages when we heard about Drupkelders and decided to give it a go one morning.
Firstly, book ahead. Only 12 people per day are allowed to do the walk.
The walk itself was very challenging. Very steep...More
This is one of the best hikes I've been on! Even though a giant millipede fell on my mother's head (LOL) and I screamed my butt off 😂 this was an experience I'll never forget! The hike to the river consists of a lot of...More
Not the easiest hiking trail, actually I would clasify it as very difficult but the beauty you find at the Drupkelders was well worth the journey. We had a picnic lunch and refreshing ice cold swim before heading back. My only complaint is that at...More