The Oribi Gorge Nature Reserve lies snugly at the head of a spectacular river gorge lined with dense coastal bush and forests, just inland of Port Shepstone. The scenery formed by the Umzimkulwana river makes this a photographer’s and nature lover’s paradise. There are numerous idyllic picnic spots on the bank of the river. Many delightful walks and self-guided trails to the scenic spots in the reserve have been laid out. Details of these walks may be obtained from the Hospitality Manager Wildlife to be seen in the reserve includes species such as bushbuck, common reedbuck, blue and grey duiker. Leopard occur in the area. The abundant birdlife in the reserve makes bird-watching a rewarding experience. Private operators conduct a variety of activities within the reserve, the bungi swing being most popular with thrill seekers.
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