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Close Encounter with African Elephants including 'Trunk in Hand' Walk in The Crags
"Guests are guided on foot through The Elephant Sanctuary. Guides will provide in-depth information and insight into African elephants. You will be introduced to our elephants in the forest area and here you will be able to touch and interact with the elephants. You will see the special relationship that the elephant handlers share with their elephants and become a part of it. Walk trunk-in-hand with the elephants. See the stables where the elep sun hats and bring your camera."""Come Experience African Elephants up close. Walk with them trunk in hand and learn more about these Humble Giants.title=Highlights&1=Close+encounter+with+wildlife&2=Excellent+value+for+money&3=Family+friendly&4=Get+up-close+to+native+wildlife""
From ZAR525.00
 
Sandboarding in Jeffreys Bay
"Meet in Jeffreys Bay and travel to one of their unspoiled beaches. The waters in the bay are known for great surfing but the huge dunes on land offer the perfect backdrop for some serious sandboarding. This activity takes around 2 hours to complete it's fast and a lot of fun. If you can stand you can Sandboard. Choose from morning or afternoon departures and enjoy some fun on the beach at Marina Martinique."""The beaches around Jeffreys Bay are home to some of the biggest and most spectacular sand dunes in South Africa. Sandboarding is very similar to snowboarding; it is fun and easy to learn. Skilled instructors will teach you how to sandboard. Come and expertitle=Highlights&1=Choice+of+morning+or+afternoon+departure&2=Ideal+choice+for+families&3=Perfect+for+all+ages+and+skill+level
From ZAR250.00
 
Franschhoek Cape Fold Mountain Hike from Cape Town
"Set in a private reserve of great craggy mountains the trail is a straight-forward walk up. It’s steep at first but flattens out soon enough. The fynbos vegetation is both pristine and diverse and mountain antelope baboons ravens and even black eagles are often seen. Approaching the summit the alpine grassland gives way to a rocky peak from which most of the south-west Cape can be seen – even as far as Table Mountain. As further reward it’s an easy-angled walk down via a path that throws up huge views at every turn.The reserve has two shorter trails to accommodate the half-day hiker
From $220.00

More Things to Do in Plettenberg Bay

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Tenikwa -- to be with big cats

We did not visit this place since we were told that it is not so good. But some others told us that they enjoyed being here. So we are not sure. But the reason we decided not to go was that it is an...
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Monkey Land

Right opposite to Birds of Eden is Monkey Land. This is a sanctuary for Monkeys that had been previously caged. There are many varieties of monkeys that you get to see. There are guided tours into the...
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Admiring our feathered friends

Visit the Birds of Eden park, which is a huge netted sanctuary for birds. What is good about this place is that birds are let to be free and in tune with nature. The photographs on my page can speak...
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Robberg Nature and Marine Reserve

The Robberg Peninsula is a nature reserve and national monument that lies about 8 km south of Plettenberg Bay.It is situated in an overlapping region of winter and summer rainfall. There is an...
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Game Reserve

The game reserve of Plettenberg Bay is the largest of the Southern Cape. It has all the big animals you want to see such as lions, zebras, hippos, giraffes, waterbuffalos, wildebeast, crocodiles,...
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Monkeyland

We decided to visit Monkeyland which is located just a short distance from the beautiful Plettenberg Bay , it is the world’s first multi-specie free roaming primate sanctuary. Monkeyland opened its...
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Birds of Eden

Located just outside of Plettenberg Bay you will find the world’s largest free flight bird aviary, the Birds of Eden Sanctuary. This unique two hectare dome which spans a gorge of beautiful indigenous...
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Gardenroute Wolf sanctuary

I was a bit sceptical about the place, but my friend wanted to go and get in touch with the wolf within, so we went. cost is R60 per adult and R30 per child. They have three pens with wolves. Two of...
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Walking the labyrinth

At Harkerville you will find a little cluster of shops with a restaurant and the labyrinth that you can walk. The labyrinth is of lavender, so you have fantastic smells coming from the plants, but...
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Elephant sanctuary

A visit to the elephant sanctuary is not cheap, but worth the money I think. We decided to not only feed and touch the elephants and walking with them in the forest but also to go for a ride. Not a...
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Trumilk Dairy

Take a scenic drive and visit the Trumilk Dairy in the Bitou Valley for cheese, and wine tasting. Trumilk Dairy recently received an award for the best feta cheese in South Africa. Their production...
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Forest Ferns

Near Storms River is an environmentally friendly and sustainable fern-harvesting and cultivation industry. You can view the indigenous ferns of the Tsitsikamma forest. Teas and light lunches are...
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Wolf Sanctuary

sanctuary for wolves, foxes, wild dogs, hyenas and is on the N2 between Nature's Valley and Plettenberg Bay. The animals are caged and although generally not wild anymore, they are not tame. There are...
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Lawnwood Snake Sanctuary

sanctuary for snakes and has an indigenous snake pit, a large dome housing South African and other snakes, and 2 giant python rooms. The sanctuary offers a 1-hour guided tour, including how to respond...
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40 Church St., Garden Route, P. O. Box 719, Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape, 6600, South Africa
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Robberg Road, Plettenberg Bay, 6800, South Africa
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16 Tarbet Ness, Plettenberg Bay, 6600, South Africa
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P O Box 454, Plettenberg Bay, 6600, South Africa
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Beacon Isle Crescent, Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape, 6600, South Africa
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Peartree Farm, N2 West, Harkerville, Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape, 6600, South Africa
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