Fynbos Ridge Country House & Cottages

Address: look for brown road sign on N2, Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape, 6600, South Africa | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on look for brown road sign on N2, 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

    Over the mountains to the coast

    A travel blog entry by coughlantravel on Mar 07, 2015

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... bore hole so we can drink it. Not so sure about that, but I'm sure the water for the shower comes directly from the earth's core! Never had pressure like it.

    Having checked in, we decided to go into the Tsitsikama Maritime National Park. Knew we'd have to pay, but the rigmarole of filling in forms was something else. Anyway, got in and drove down to the sea. A-may-zing! Rocks, crashing waves, spray, atmosphere. Just love it. We had lunch sitting ...


    A travel blog entry by paulandkala on Sep 16, 2012

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... next day was bungy time!! Dave got us to the bridge at 9ish and not for the first time on this trip i kieked it as we looked down from the viewing platform! MONSTER DROP! I got harnessed up and then walked across the bridge which was one scary walk as everyone was on a metal mesh walkway so you could see straight down beneath you. Everyone gripped the edges as they walked, except Kala, who was strangely at ease!! Why wasn't she jumping??!! "Inval, you're up first, Lucy second and ...

    Snakes birds and monkeys

    A travel blog entry by ginjaninja on May 11, 2012

    13 photos

    ... no tails but monkeys do. They had no apes because they would eat all the monekys, actually they only had one ape who had no canines so he wouldn’t eat them. We saw some ring tailed lemurs along the way that sat in this really funny dance position. Then we got really lucky and saw the only ape who peed when we were taking pictures of him. Along the bridge we had to cross we saw some Vervet monkeys who had blue balls and he told us that if a monkey had extremely ...

    5, 4, 3, 2, 1................ Bungee

    A travel blog entry by maclaren on Oct 08, 2011

    ... the bridge, the first descent is again nervy and accelerated but by the time this one is over you are more concerned with three things. How tight the knot has now pulled and is continuing to pull around your ankles, the amount of blood in your head and hands and where you head is at!

    Before you know it some crazy guy, who spends his day descending and ascending 261metres, is tying off on your harness and winching you back to the safety of the bridge. Within seconds you ...

    Sex shops and Bungy's and Whiskers on...Lions

    A travel blog entry by afrikanskies on Mar 10, 2011

    3 comments, 63 photos

    ... downstairs flat the power outages began. It was about then that we became even more thankful to Lloyd that we weren’t camped up at the lion park, with only a shorted out electric fence separating us from becoming that lioness’ after-dinner snack.

    Over dinner Lloyd had offered to take us out on his boat to check out the island penguin colony on which he and his wife work as conservationists, but the swell fashioned by the storm had put paid to the that idea ...