Special mention must be made of local photographers, Sharyn Hodges and Rob Smith for continually delighting and inspiring us with their unique images. We hope that you’ll enjoy them and that they will inspire you to spend more time exploring Plett in 2019!
AS YOU LIKE IT
Shot from above, the beaches and waterways of Plett have a wonderfully summery feel – perfect sandy beaches, blue waters – now, that’s a Plett feeling!
THE THOUSAND COLOURS OF PLETT
If you’re looking for a sunrise or sunset view to take your breath away, look no further. There’s a spectacle of colour and light at the beginning and end of each day, so find a spot and enjoy.
Plettenberg Bay has never been shy when it comes to marine sightings and our marine conservation projects (Orca Foundation, Nature’s Valley Trust and Tenikwa Wildlife) work hard to ensure that this continues. You never know what you might see: an orca inshore for a bit of hunting, a waddle of penguins on their way home, that lone elephant seal who hangs out at the Cape fur seal colony, dolphins, whales, seals and sharks.
IT’S IN OUR NATURE
From Nature’s Valley to Robberg, from the Crags to Harkerville and from Wittedrift to Kranshoek – our natural attractions are abundant: forest, Fynbos, mountains, river, bush and beach…
Winter seas, summer thunderstorms or a snow-capped Peak Formosa, we live in a diverse environment with nature, in all its splendour, on our doorstep.
IT’S A BEACH KINDA LIFE
With six international Blue Flag beaches and a staggering variety of watersports to enjoy, Plett’s fun in the sun can be enjoyed year-round: scuba diving, stand-up paddling, surfing, kayaking, marine safaris, kite-surfing, and snorkelling.