The Storms River is just one of a number of rivers in the Southern Cape region (South Africa) which originates in the Tsitsikamma Mountains. It makes its way through forests thick with ancient Yellowwood, Hard Pear Trees and distinctive Cape fynbos, before reaching the sea at the eastern end of the Tsitsikamma National Park. For 80 Km between Krom River forest station and the Salt River you’ll find one of Africa’s oldest and largest marine reserves. It is part of coastline known as the Garden Route. Some of the most stunning, although treacherous seascapes can be found here. This is now a protected area as part of the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem (BCLME) under the Benguela Current Convention.