Aqua Dreams Guest House

27 Julia Avenue, Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape, 6600, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 27 Julia Avenue, Plettenberg Bay, is near Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre, Botlierskop Private Game Reserve, Ocean Safaris, and Dolphin Adventures.
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    Travel Blogs from Plettenberg Bay

    Journey Home

    A travel blog entry by terrykelly on Jul 27, 2014

    7 comments, 10 photos

    Homeward Bound:
    Well after 9050 kms it's back to Knysna to witness the inevitable shift towards summer, long overdue according to old time residents who proclaim this winter to be the coldest winter in 20 years!

    I'm tasked with penning the last episode of the "Kelly Bush Jol" after the idea of doing a blog on our adventure was hijacked by my dear wife Lizzie. In hindsight it was a good jacking as many of you ...

    The Garden Route

    A travel blog entry by origabe on Mar 27, 2014

    20 photos

    ... city and main administrative center.

    It has an oceanic climate, with mild to warm summers, and mild to cool winters. It has the mildest climate in South Africa and the second mildest climate in the world, after Hawaii.

    Temperatures rarely fall below 50F in winter and rarely climb beyond 82F in summer. Rain occurs year-round, with a slight peak ...

    Honey Badger

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Jan 04, 2013

    18 photos

    ... is allowed to roam freely amongst the baboons at Tenikwa, which are also considered extremely dangerous animals when encountered in the wild, though are fairly docile here, as they are used to human contact. In the wild, a honey badger would probably make short work of the baboons, but Badgie is different, as we were told he is often picked on by the baboons, slapping him around in a joking manner. But Badgie takes it all in stride, goofily walking away without ...

    Wolves and Raptors

    A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik on Dec 13, 2012

    36 photos

    ... off. They are on motorbikes and have come all through Africa, starting in Germany, crossing into Egypt. They favourite country from a people perspective was Sudan and from a landscape perspective was Namibia. Having been there, I can certainly see that.

    My gin and tonic (again, whilst waiting for our white wine to chill in the fridge) is now finished but it was an unusual one: it was topped with about 8 shakes of bitters. I ...

    To Plett

    A travel blog entry by alexndean on Nov 10, 2011

    4 photos

    ... Elephant Sanctuary. It was, if I'm honest, a tad overpriced. It was, however, and amazing experience.

    We both got to walk with an elephant, trunk in hand. The trunks are amazing - my elephant really gripped my hand. We also got to feed them and got some great pictures. Amazing, gentle creatures and as I say, a fantastic experience.

    Plett is considerably ...