An intriguing mix of cultures, exquisite blue Indian Ocean, pristine sandy beaches and spectacular and unique nature experiences make Plettenberg Bay a prime holiday destination for both South African and international visitors.
Boasting more than 300 days of sun-shine a year, ‘Plett’, as its fondly known, offers you a temperate climate in which to restore your mind and body as you vacation on its shores.
Plett Villas has a wide portfolio of accommo-dation including luxurious and exclusive villas, holiday homes, apartments, self-catering, bed and breakfast, guest house and lodge accom-modation to choose from.
Baviaanshoek is nestled in the secluded private community of Milkwood Glen on Keurboomstrand. This self-catering cottage boasts four bedrooms and three bathrooms and can sleep up to eight people.
You’ll never go hungry in Plett either with numerous restaurants and eateries being avail-able. Consistently voted as the number one restaurant to visit in the Plettenberg Bay area on Trip Advisor, Zinzi Restaurant offers diners a vibrant experience on the Hunters Estate. Be sure to stop in and enjoy all that Zinzi has to offer in an exquisite forest setting.
For adrenaline junkies, skydiving, canopy tours, kloofing and bungee jumping are all sure to get those adrenal glands working and endor-phins flowing. For those not quite so adven-turous, horse trails, ocean safaris, township tours, wildlife sanctuaries, outdoor markets, golf, spas and walking trails are sure to provide endless hours of enjoyment and create lasting memories.
The South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance ( SAASA ) consisting of Monkeyland, Birds of Eden and the Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary have won numerous awards including the World Responsible Tourism award. SAASA continues to perform the vital task of maintain-ing wildlife populations in as near as possible to wild environments, except these days it’s efforts are not only directed at primates but several other species as well.