Backpackers Plettenberg Bay

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 ½ hours. Extensive information about Robberg’s geology, archaeology and existing marine life can be found along the trail. This trail may be done without a guide. The other hiking trails in our area are Kranshoek Coastal walk, Milkwood scenic trail and Wittedrift Nature trails.

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Victoria Rowe I'm one half of the team that runs the day to day activities at African Array Lodge. This blog is an effort to keep you updated on what's happening here at African Array & Plettenberg Bay.
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