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A Musical Delight at Ouland Royale

A Musical Delight at Ouland Royale

A Musical Delight at Ouland Royale is a fundraising evening for HOSPICE PLETT which will take place ...more

Posted: May 27th, 2018

AfriDocs – The world’s best documentaries on your screen

AfriDocs – The world’s best docum...

AfriDocs is the uniquely bold and exciting platform exclusively for Africa, bringing the best ...more

Posted: May 26th, 2018

Be the Best Barista with INFOOD Coffee Society

Be the Best Barista with INFOOD Coffee Societ...

BE THE BEST BARISTA with INFOOD Coffee Society.  Book your space now (tickets on sale online soon) ...more

Posted: May 25th, 2018

Plett Tourism needs your help! Oppose the tourism bylaw…

Plett Tourism needs your help! Oppose the tou...

Bitou Municipality in Plettenberg Bay has given notice that they intend to adopt their proposed ...more

Posted: May 25th, 2018

Sand ART at Plett beaches a must see attraction for tourists

Sand ART at Plett beaches a must see attracti...

Wandisile’s Plett A blog by Wandisile Sebezo Sand ART at Plett beaches a must see attraction ...more

Posted: May 23rd, 2018

Msaki at Plett SunSets

Msaki at Plett SunSets

Msaki creates a sound that combines soulful folk with symphonic movements, Xhosa lyrics and ...more

Posted: May 22nd, 2018

Soccer: a South African tale told in Kwano

Soccer: a South African tale told in Kwano

On our Plett Summer Magazine, I wrote that Kwanokuthula is no doubt “Plett’s vibrant suburb”, ...more

Posted: May 18th, 2018

Video: Great white shark v seals in Plett

Video: Great white shark v seals in Plett

Watch as a great white shark attempts to hunt seals and the seals fight back. Lukhanyo Mdzeke, ...more

Posted: May 18th, 2018

Reject the municipal bylaw as it presently stands

Reject the municipal bylaw as it presently st...

SUPPORT PLETT TOURISM AND LET’S BUILD ON WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED! Plett Tourism is opposed to the ...more

Posted: May 18th, 2018

Meeting of the Van Plettenberg Historical Society

Meeting of the Van Plettenberg Historical Soc...

The next meeting of the Van Plettenberg Historical Society will be held on Thursday 12th July ...more

Posted: May 17th, 2018

“Check it out!” This is the Pata Pata! – Miriam Makeba, 1989

“Check it out!” This is the Pata...

So we grooved and said, "Check it out!" This is the Pata Pata! These are Miriam Makeba's words ...more

Posted: May 17th, 2018

Tampering with tourism could spell disaster for Plett

Tampering with tourism could spell disaster f...

A controversial new proposed tourism bylaw by the Bitou Municipality has left Plettenberg Bay ...more

Posted: May 17th, 2018

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What has Plett got to offer?

For some, its long, lazy days on sunny beaches; for others its Plett’s buzzing night life and high season cocktail circuit! There are those who are up early to ride the forests and go parachuting and bungee jumping… and then there are the monkeys and elephants and other wild animals and birds dotted throughout Plett that make for the perfect fun-filled leisure time.

Oh, and don’t forget to visit our 16 wine estates, go on a township tour, visit a township tavern, or take part in any number of activities that make up the Plett Summer Festival.

Now that we have your attention, there’s a lot more to come! 

Find out about upcoming events here…

The history of Plettenberg Bay

Leaving their mark on the region have been an intriguing mix of Middle Stone Age man, indigenous Khoi people, ostrich Feather Barons, woodcutters, farmers, gold-diggers, merchants, sailors, craftsmen, ordinary folk even intrepid explorers such as Portugal’s Bartholomew Diaz who landed at Mossel Bay in 1488 as well as a modern day diverse mix of tycoons and artists.

Find out more…