It is a lovely experience to walk under the shades of the woods. But why would you walk under when you could walk above the trees? Yes, you heard it right, above! If you want to experience this unique walk, you should visit the Kirstenbosch Centenary Tree Canopy Walkway in Cape Town. The park features a raised walkway that allows visitors to see the forest from a new perspective.
The canopy walkway, which only touches the ground twice, reaches a maximum height of 12 meters above the ground. The canopy was built to gracefully snake along the treetops at the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden in South Africa and has several observation points. These observation points allow visitors to enjoy the view of the garden. The canopy also features some descending parts so that tourists can get the chance to enjoy the foliage.
So if ever you find yourself in South Africa, be sure to visit the famous botanical garden. The 427-foot-walkway is always open to everyone who visits the garden with no additional charge.