Latest News From Plett

CAP (Contemporary Art Practice) Workshops

CAP (Contemporary Art Practice) Worksho...

CAP (Contemporary Art Practice) workshops will be held from 24 - 26 August 2017 at The Barefoot ...more

Posted: August 17th, 2017

Newsletter #152 | Small Boat Harbour off the table

Newsletter #152 | Small Boat Harbour of...

The controversial R4 billion small-boat harbour development in Plettenberg Bay is off the table ...more

Posted: August 13th, 2017

Best 3 Things To Do in Plettenberg Bay – South Africa

Best 3 Things To Do in Plettenberg Bay...

Plettenberg Bay remains a quiet seaside town for much of the year, but come December, it becomes a ...more

Posted: August 13th, 2017

Wine estates with guest accommodation in Plettenberg Bay

Wine estates with guest accommodation i...

South Africa is well known for its Cape wine routes in Franschhoek, Stellenbosch and Constantia, ...more

Posted: August 11th, 2017

Swim with 6,000 wild seals in South Africa

Swim with 6,000 wild seals in South Afr...

Forget Swimming With Dolphins – Welcome To The South African Bay Where You Can Swim With 6,000 ...more

Posted: August 11th, 2017

Time to upgrade Central beach in Plett

Time to upgrade Central beach in Plett

Several organisations and residents have called on authorities to upgrade Plettenberg Bay’s ...more

Posted: August 7th, 2017

Wines of South Africa documentary ‘Creating the Blend’

Wines of South Africa documentary ‘Cr...

The South African wine industry has come a long way since 1994. Inclusivity, upliftment and ...more

Posted: August 4th, 2017

Plett researcher’s elasmobranch egg case update

Plett researcher’s elasmobranch e...

ORCA Foundation researcher Minke Tolsma has been researching elasmobranch egg cases in the Plett ...more

Posted: August 4th, 2017

Soweto Derby revives locals’ love for soccer

Soweto Derby revives locals’ love...

Wandisile’s Plett A blog by Wandisile Sebezo Soweto Derby revives locals' love for ...more

Posted: August 3rd, 2017

Plett’s first ever career expo a success

Plett’s first ever career expo a...

Wandisile’s Plett A blog by Wandisile Sebezo About 218 young pupils and matriculants, ...more

Posted: August 2nd, 2017

Kranshoek Zipline project gets green light

Kranshoek Zipline project gets green li...

It is still all systems go for the Kranshoek Zipline project despite the recent fires which ...more

Posted: August 2nd, 2017

‘Superhome’ in plush Plettenberg Bay goes on sale for R80m

‘Superhome’ in plush Plettenberg Ba...

In a town brimming with luxury real estate, it’s not easy to find one property that stands out ...more

Posted: August 1st, 2017

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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…