Adventure Seekers around Plettenberg Bay

Bloukrans Bungy

Bloukrans Bungy

Bloukrans Bridge is the highest commercial bungy jumping bridge in the world, at a stomach-lurching 216 metres. Adventure addicts from around the world come here just to test their limits. It is less than 40 kilometres (or 25 miles) from Plettenberg Bay.
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Tsitsikamma National Park

Tsitsikamma National Park

South Africa has a wealth of natural treasures, and many of these can be found in and around Plett. The Tsitsikamma National Park is home to a number of them and is characterised by the dramatic landscapes of forests, mountains and coastal stretches. This is also the home of the renowned Otter Trail, which winds through the gorgeous terrain and takes several days to complete. There are a number of other, less challenging trails through the reserve that are ideal for day trips and lifelong memories.
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Hog Hollow Horse Rides

Hog Hollow Horse Rides

Hog Hollow offers horse riding trails through the nature reserve or the forest, depending on the amount of time you have available and what you would like to see. Along the way, keep your eyes open for birds and little mammals, all of which have their natural habitat in these forests and bushes.
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Robberg Vlei

Robberg Vlei

The Garden Route is a bird-watcher’s paradise, and Robberg Vlei certainly does not disappoint when it comes to the variety of birds and the prettiness of the setting. Look forward to seeing a number of frogs and toads along the way too. The vlei is a five-minute walk from Safari Guesthouse.
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The Harkerville Market

The Harkerville Market

Every Saturday, the nearby village of Harkerville hosts a fun market that really showcases the flavours, sounds and tastes of South Africa. It has a distinctly rural feel and is a vibey combination of a craft market and a farmers’ market.
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Township Tours

Township Tours

Township tours are a fabulous way of experiencing the real culture and the undeniable vibe of South Africa, while interacting with local folk that love to share their stories. A tour takes visitors into the heart of an informal settlement, in which they may visit a crèche, watch song and dance performances, and meet some of the people from this community.
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