Plettenberg Bay Reviews
This was our first trip to Plettenberg Bay and we were thoroughly impressed. It was exactly what we were looking for. The town has everything one could possibly hope for with many nice little restaurants. It does get a little chaotic during the festive season but not unbearable. The town also has a real holiday feel about it which we found some of the other towns in the area we visited lacked. There is also an incredible amount of things to do in the area all very close to Plettenberg Bay which is great! I will definitely be returning for another trip as one night is not nearly long enough to experience all the town has to offer!
- Mark Tromp
Plettenberg Bay never fails to disappoint - especially at this time of year (Feb) when it is not crowded, parking is available and the weather is superb!
- Eunice Strydom
Plettenberg Bay is a very central place to stay, being able to visit lots of things either side of the town -from Wilderness to Tsitsikamma. The city is a bit hectic over the holiday season but when you stay a little bit out of the town that doesn't bother at all.
- Leen Van Roey
The beach is beautiful and clean. There are lots of activities, i.e. boat excursions, etc. to take part in, as well as many restaurants. On the way to Knysna or to Nature's Valley, which are either side of Plett, we came across many more activities such as horse riding and the Knysna Elephant Park. There is such a variety of things to do to keep busy and the Robberg hikes are a big hit too. There are also farm stalls next to the main road in both directions. Such a worthwhile place to visit!
- Diana Eksteen
Great little town with plenty of options in terms of dining and entertainment. Most restaurants were ok but one served me off calamari which was the weirdest thing to me with Plett being a coastal town. Street kids are a bit of a nuisance when they see your car registration isn't from Plett itself. Service is generally ok but I had an instance where a waitress was rude by making snide comments about me to a colleague and she assumed I didn't speak or understand afrikaans so went on to make the comments in front of me. I left it at that and thought that oneday someone would give her a go.
- Simone Hasselbach