From Plettenberg Bay to Knysna and Oudshoorn….
Plettenberg Bay highlights everything that’s best about the Western Cape and the South African Garden Route coast. From Plett’s seaside restaurants to the Crag’s hillside vineyards, from wildlife at Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve, Monkeyland, Birds of Eden, Tenikwa and The Elephant Sanctuary to Plett’s perfectly groomed golf courses, from the Tsitsikamma Forest to Robberg Peninsula’s indigenous fauna and flora, Plettenberg Bay has a feast of fun just waiting to be sampled…
Perfect weather, perfect beauty, perfect atmosphere – that’s Plett Perfect. Perfect for exploring – and perfect, too, if you just want to laze around doing nothing at all.
Overlooking a sweeping half-moon bay on the warm Indian Ocean, Plett is a tranquil, charming and hospitable little town with miles of undisturbed beaches, dramatic rocky peninsula, intriguing lagoons and towering indigenous forests. It really is the perfect holiday playground. Surrounded by nature reserves and National Park, Plett is paradise for nature-lovers. Whale and dolphin watching, birding and walking, cycling – whichever way you choose to enjoy nature, it’s perfect in Plett…
If you dream of the great outdoors Plettenberg Bay offers incredible outdoor sporting activities and amazing wildlife experiences. Take a boat trip to view dolphins, whales and other sea life, winding along the breathtaking coastline, and experience one of the best whale watching tours in South Africa. Sip handcrafted sparkling wine at a tucked-away restaurant where the winemaker might just be the person pouring. Take a surfing lesson – and catch a glimpse of a barefoot beach wedding as you ride your board to shore. Play eighteen holes at signature golf courses or just hang out at the nineteenth hole and watch the pros practice. Plettenberg Bay is your destination for a perfect coastal South African vacation.
You’ll find more than 100 organised leisure activities in the Plettenberg Bay area. Golf, canoeing, hiking, horse riding, sky diving, bungee jumping (the world’s highest), abseiling, bird watching, game reserves, whale watching, marine safaris, animal sanctuaries and wonderful beaches (including a blue flag status)… whatever you want to do today, you’ll find it’s perfect in Plettenberg Bay…Click to see Activities
Plett is situated along side the wide, well-maintained and safe national route N2, approximately 550 km east of Cape Town and 250 km west of Port Elizabeth – either way, a pleasant and easy drive from international airports through a beautiful countryside. The town boasts a small domestic airport, with larger airports at George (90 km) and Port Elizabeth (250 km)