As you can imagine, Plettenberg Bay has a high pedigree when it comes to marine life and natural attractions.
Plett is one of only five international hope spots in South Africa declared by Mission Blue’s Dr Sylvia Earle in 2014. It is a part of the UNESCO Garden Route Biosphere Reserve, a kissing cousin to the Tsitsikamma Marine Protected Area, Africa’s oldest marine protected area and a haven for unique, endangered and endemic species, both transient and permanent.
MEMORABLE MARINE MAMMALS
AUTHENTIC MARINE ENCOUNTERS
In a bay teeming with marine life, you never know what you’ll encounter…
Can you imagine this as your view while sky-diving or micro-lighting, or as an unforgettable encounter while swimming? Find out more about Plett HIGH FIVE Adventure Week.
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And, as if that wasn’t enough – watch this awesome compilation, by Garth Ensley, of the smooth-hound sharks that sometimes school in the Keurbooms Lagoon – don’t worry, they’re harmless.