Vuongnd Travel is honored to introduce to you the following article: The bridge over the treetops
Inspired by the solid skeleton, the curving bridge in Kirstenbosch National Park allows visitors to contemplate the nature of South Africa from the perspective of a bird.
Kirstenbosch National Park is located in Cape Town, this bridge is a narrow passageway 130 m long, 12 m from the ground, with many observations.
The bridge was built in 2013 to commemorate the 100th birthday of Kirstenbosch park and open to the public on June 17/5/214.
Made of steel and wood, this bridge cost more than $ 400,000 to complete. The total amount of money is contributed by donors.
Besides walking on top of the tree, sometimes the bridge leads through the foliage, brings different experiences to visitors.
Although 130m long, curved as a solid skeleton, the bridge is supported by only 2 axis.
With solid structure, this is the solid foot of the bridge as seen from below.
Romantic but no less spectacular when viewed from the bridge.
Besides trekking in the forest, tourists can now add new experiences to explore this famous destination of South Africa.
You have to take no charge to visit but buy tickets for the show at Kirstenbosch National Park. The fare is 50 ZAR (4 USD) for adults, 25 ZAR (2 USD) for students. Children have the ticket of 10 ZAR ($ 0.8) but less than 6 years of age are free.
Kirstenbosch National Park is open weekdays, 8 am-19h (September to March) and 8h-18h (April to August).
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