Join us at Redbourne Lodge for an experience you'll never forget. Enjoy the culinary art of South Africa's cultural cuisine: the barbecue with a difference - a real South African braai. Watch the sun set over the Piesang Valley beside a roaring fire - prepare for a feast of delights, South African style with our famous friends and family braais.
Redbourne offers guests a gourmet menu. Starting off with Prawn Brochette packed with flavor, moving on to a hearty sirloin steak, ending off on a sweet note with homemade chocolate brownies.
Looking for where to play golf in the Garden Route? There are two wonderful golf courses in Plettenberg Bay, Goose Valley Golf Club and Plettenberg Bay Country Club golf course. In a short drive to Knysna, play golf at Pezula Golf Club or the Knysna Golf Club or Simola Golf Club. Stay at Redbourne Country Lodge.
A getaway in Plettenberg Bay is not complete until you have indulged in the wondrous yet exciting ocean safari in this most sought after part of the Garden Route.
Plettenberg Bay is always abuzz with events and things to do from the beginning of the year, right through to the end. With summer in its full swing, you do not want to to miss the opportunity to attend some exciting events in Plett this month.
Indulge and be spellbound by shopping excursions on the Garden Route. Plettenberg Bay is the shopping mecca on the route and what you experience here, is more than just a shopping spree.
Monkeyland is a roaming multi species primate sanctuary, located in The Crags near Plettenberg Bay in Western Cape, South Africa. The sanctuary comprises over 12 hectares of indigenous forest, with a protected greenbelt of 4 hectares.
Plettenberg Bay is quickly becoming known as a wine-tasting area worth visiting for the wine alone. Plettenberg Bay was named a South African “Wine of Origin Region” in 2005 by the South Africa Wine Industry. There are currently 16 wine-producing vineyards in Plettenberg Bay.
Visiting Plettenberg Bay at anytime of the year offers amazing ocean wildlife adventures. But none more spectacular than the months the Southern Right whale visits the quiet bay to nurture their young before migrating. During this time, going whale watching is an exhilarating experience.
With the coastal town being very popular among tourists and locals alike, the town has always got something going on. If you are looking for relaxed and calming activities, a day spent at one of the markets is a dey well-spent with so many things to see and nibbles to taste,
Tenikwa is a wildlife centre located in the rural suburb known as The Crags outside Plettenberg Bay and only 40 minutes from the popular town of Knysna
The unique two-hectare dome (the World’s largest) spans over a gorge of indigenous forest. The sanctuary has its own mysterious ruin, which incorporates a walk-behind waterfall. Another feature is its amphitheatre, which has the ability to seat over 200 visitors.