Plettenberg Bay is a coastal town on the Garden Route. This trendy holiday escape offers miles of sandy white beaches, warm water, fresh seafood and colourful cocktails – all the ingredients for a perfect summer holiday!
Look Out, Central, Beacon Isle and Robberg Beach each offer the holiday maker something different. Whether you like sun tanning, surfing, swimming in the waves or in a lagoon; Plett’s 4 Beaches are the perfect holiday playground for any age.
Hidden away in an indigenous forest in the Garden Route, Birds of Eden is a 50m high, 2 hectare dome that houses over 100 species of free-flight African birds. The Birds of Eden sanctuary is the biggest single free flight Avery in the world.
The Keurbooms River is flows to the east of Plettenberg Bay for a distance of 60km. Boat tours take guests through the rock gorges of the Keurbooms River Nature Reserve, where a spectacular indigenous forest and immense wildlife surrounds them.
Originally a trading store in a 19th Century Cape settlement, Old Nick Village offers galleries and shops that are filled with Fine Art, colourful craft, interesting ceramics, and delicious food within a beautiful garden environment.
The Robberg Peninsula is a nature reserve and national monument situated at the most southerly point of Plettenberg Bay. The Peninsula encompasses four kilometres of rugged cliffs, fynbos and sand dunes where visitors can go hiking or have a picnic.