These are actually information about what is not allowed, as this is a conservation area.
No power boats allowed
No roller blade / skateboards
Nothing, eg shells, driftwood, seeds, bait etc may be removed from the area
No pets allowed
There are also many different types of indigenous South African flowers, like proteas, along the paths to look at.
On the other side of the suspension bridge there is a little rocky beach too, with the most gorgeous smooth rocks, worn away by the tide's waters over many years.
So there is much temptation to take something from here!
Please do not touch or take anything from the park - whether a flower or a rock - as it is a National Park and is a protected conservation area.
This part of the coast is quite wild, and the waves keep you up at night, crashing against the rocks in front of you.
The currents are strong here too, and would be dangerous even for a really strong swimmer.
Definately NOT surfing potential either!
Lovely waves but not surfing waves, especially as they break on rocks!
Especially as there are quite a few shark species in this area too (seven!).
The first photo is of the rocks in front of our log cabin :)
It is very easy to get sunburned while you are in Tsitsikamma... hot sun, not much walking under trees, ocean.. so please make sure to put on a lot of sunscreen and carry it with you. Trust me, you don't want to get burned the way I did!!