Backpackers Plettenberg Bay

Porcupine Ceramics studio

May 5, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

creates a unique range of Afro/Eurocentric Raku pit fired ceramics and a range of stone ware hand crafted wash basins. Visit their show room and go on a tour through the factory to see how these magnificent artworks are made. Related posts: Globle Village

Mountain Biking

May 5, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

Harkerville Cycle Route is the most popular. Permits and maps for this trail are available at the “Garden of Eden” which is situated 10km from Starling on the N2 to Knysna. The trails range from easy to difficult. Four distinct routes have been laid out through indigenous forest, plantation and coastal fynbos and colour-coded: Yellow, ...

Hiking

May 5, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

Robberg Peninsula is by far the most popular walk, it is an excellent view site for dolphins, whales and sharks. Seals are always seen from the trail. The peninsula is covered with coastal dune Fynbos. There are three circular walks of various lengths. 2,2km = 45 min, 5,6km = 2 hours and 9,2km = 4 ...

Golf

May 5, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

Plettenberg Bay is renowned for its beautiful golf courses, Plettenberg Bay Country Club – 18 holes, Rietvlei Mashie Course – 9 holes, Goose Valley – 18 holes. Related posts: No related posts.

Distilleries

May 5, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

Nyati – Traditional Mampoer & Witblits distillery in Wittedrift is a unique experience. The owner Jack Mudd has won awards at an annual agricultural show near Pretoria for his superior Mampoer and Witblits. Related posts: South African Culture

Deep sea fishing

May 5, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

With the deep sea fishing trip you launch off Central beach. This trip is 25 minutes out to sea to reach the fishing grounds, during which time you may have the opportunity of viewing marine animals in their natural habitat. During summer warm water fish are caught such as Cape Salmon and Cob. Winter fish ...

Fishing & Angling

May 5, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

The rock angling sites include Nature’s Valley, Keurbooms, Lookout rocks, Beacon Island and Robberg beach. Rock anglers can expect to catch Galjoen, Elf, Roman or Steenbras. Deep sea anglers may expect Tuna, Leervis, Hake and Calamari (seasonal). Related posts: No related posts.

Polo

May 5, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

Plettenberg Bay has become well-known as the “polo mecca” of South Africa. You may view exciting polo tournaments played at Bitou House and Kurland during Easter, December and January. Related posts: No related posts.

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