canoe on keurbooms river
If you are like canoeing, you can hire a canoe from the Angling Club (Tel 044-5359740) and canoe up the Keurbooms River Nature Reserve. Canoes can also be hired for day trips on the river from the entrance to the Keurbooms Nature Reserve at the N2 bridge (tel 044-5332125).
after a wonderful day of canoeing enjoy the beautiful sunsets
"General time to visit"
Plett as the locals call it, is a wonderful place to visit...quiet and unspoilt, but to be avoided during the 16th Dec to 7th Jan rush of South Africans having their holiday: Gauteng-by-the-beach! Parking impossible and unless you are a party animal wanting to queue for restaurants - to be avoided!
However, for the rest - wonderful!
Robberg Nature Reserve, Monkeyland, a primate sanctuary not just for kids:) The Elephant Sanctuary for a real up close and personal encounter with Elephants:) One of those "warm fuzzy" moments to walk with an elephant and to have it hold your hand:)
Tsitsikamma about 60kms away, Knysna about 30 kms away, Lookout Deck for great calamari! One can sit and watch the whales when they come in during our winter months.
Birds of Eden - where people say that one only needs an hour and ends up spending three!!
Enricos on Keurbooms Strand also very special as is Milkwood Manor...which is RIGHT on the edge of the Keurbooms River.
One of the best shops around: The Old House Shop - something for everyone. In Knysna - the Featherbed Nature Reserve, and 34°South on the Waterfront.