Latest News From Plett

Plett local invited to cycle London to Paris

Plett local invited to cycle London to Paris

Plett local and Kwano Cycling Academy team member Siphe Ncapayi has earned an entry into the ...more

Posted: April 25th, 2019

Mother’s Day with Bitou 10 Foundation

Mother’s Day with Bitou 10 Foundation

This Mother's Day, join the Bitou 10 Foundation and enjoy a Mother's Day buffet lunch at the ...more

Posted: April 18th, 2019

Plett Art Festival 2019 cancelled

Plett Art Festival 2019 cancelled

The Plett Arts Festival 2019 will not be taking place as scheduled in June/July. While Plett ...more

Posted: April 17th, 2019

Plett’s Delicious Detours

Plett’s Delicious Detours

We’ve mapped out some of our best new counter cafés, local braais and unique curb-appeal spots ...more

Posted: April 16th, 2019

New experiences in Plettenberg Bay Easter weekend

New experiences in Plettenberg Bay Easter wee...

Get a dose of wine, fashion, food and jazz as N2 Lounge presents an Easter Arts and Wine Weekend ...more

Posted: April 16th, 2019

Day 2 at WTM in Cape Town

Day 2 at WTM in Cape Town

Plett Tourism is on day two at WTM (World Travel Market) in Cape Town where we are launching our ...more

Posted: April 11th, 2019

Plett Tourism at WTM in Cape Town

Plett Tourism at WTM in Cape Town

Plett Tourism is currently at WTM (World Travel Market) in Cape Town launching its newest tourism ...more

Posted: April 10th, 2019

Cape Town Jazz Festival celebrates 20 years: Lessons for Plett

Cape Town Jazz Festival celebrates 20 years:...

Wandisile’s Plett A blog by Wandisile Sebezo  Cape Town International Jazz Festival ...more

Posted: April 8th, 2019

Latest issue of ORCA Times

Latest issue of ORCA Times

Read the latest issue of the ORCA Times for news on Plettenberg Bay's charismatic wildlife, ...more

Posted: April 4th, 2019

Food market meander in Plettenberg Bay

Food market meander in Plettenberg Bay

The lush Garden Route is as bountiful as it is beautiful. Local fair displays proudly at local ...more

Posted: April 1st, 2019

Plett nominated for 10th year as Leading Beach Destination

Plett nominated for 10th year as Leading Beac...

Plett nominated for 10th year running as Africa’s Leading Beach Destination with the World Travel ...more

Posted: April 1st, 2019

Plett’s secret garden

Plett’s secret garden

Plett may be one of South Africa’s smallest wine of origin regions. In less than 20 years, the ...more

Posted: April 1st, 2019

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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 and events that make up the various Plett seasons.

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…