CapeNature has featured one of South Africa’s favourite playgrounds, Plettenberg Bay, in its new marketing videos
Earlier in October, Plett Tourism assisted CapeNature with an invitation to feature local hiking enthusiasts in an upcoming marketing campaign focused on CapeNaature’s different Garden Route locations including the iconic Robberg and Keurbooms Nature Reserves.
Local tour guide, Phumzile Sonjani and his beautiful daughter Norshya are regulars at Robberg. Sonjani frequents the trail for casual hiking or guiding guests around the reserve and is also the operator of the Robberg Café, which opened in December 2019 and is located at the Robberg Nature Reserve parking lot.
The other Plett locals invited were Alex Battle and Zahidah Spies. Both grew up in the area, swimming, surfing, and enjoying the many perfect days in Plett as youngsters. These sun-kissed days in nature highlight some of the reasons why Plettenberg Bay is an ideal destination for outdoor-loving families. Exploring Robberg Nature Reserve and cruising the Keurbooms River alongside the Keurbooms Nature Reserve are frequent activities for families and youngsters in the area.
“As the doors of tourism slowly re-open, we have noticed an increased demand for outdoor activities and families requesting very specific information relating to hiking, water activities and our beaches. Plett is one of SA’s favourite playgrounds with year-round moderate temperatures and ample opportunity to get outside,” says Patty Butterworth, CEO of Plett Tourism.
The CapeNature campaign is exciting and fresh, make sure to subscribe to their digital media channels to catch a glimpse of Robberg and Keurbooms Nature Reserves and a few of our favourite locals who frequent their trails.