Whale Cottage Plettenberg Bay

26 Boston Light Street, Plettenberg Bay, Western Cape, 6600, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 26 Boston Light Street, Plettenberg Bay, is near Birds of Eden, Monkeyland, Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre, and Elephant Sanctuary, The Crags, Plettenberg Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Plettenberg Bay

    Day two!!!

    A travel blog entry by viv2travel on Sep 04, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... I looked like the sister van wie kom daar! We then shopped till we dropped , ( ok only I dropped) the two younger ones coped. Food for weekend, enough for an army. Great excitement to leave tomorrow. Going to tell u more about it in morning as I can't recall where we going. Just is right close to ...

    Joey

    A travel blog entry by lozseex on Nov 06, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    There are 2 capuchins in a cage in monkeyland. They are fairly new and go into a cage before they're let out into the forest. We need to clean them out and feed them and things like that. So off I head into the forest with my bucket and the key and some water. I get there and there's no dominant capuchins there, which is weird. They're always there. So I go to open the gate and then this monkey that's double the size of the others run up and jumps at the cage. He's now at face ...

    Exploring the Beach

    A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on Sep 29, 2012

    3 photos

    ... a garbage heap. The pile was 33 feet deep. Not only did they throw the shells in this heap, but they also buried their dead in it. The archeologists have found over a hundred skeletons so far.

    We then continued walking the beach to Arch Rock, a very interesting formation. It was past low tide so we needed to start our walk back. It was a fun hike along the water. ...

    Animal Magic

    A travel blog entry by williams12 on May 11, 2012

    15 photos

    Drive to Plettenberg Bay was agony – actually cried for the first hour – bad backs and long car journeys aren't great together. The thing I remember about driving into Plett was how nice it was to see the sea again – beautiful coast line. Plett is a holiday place and our first morning walking around it felt like that – maybe because it’s next to the sea – had lunch looking over the sea at Moby ***** ...

    The Baz Bus proves it's worth

    A travel blog entry by maclaren on Oct 07, 2011

    ... hake and chips to be precise. They were excellent, but I am afraid they can’t be the world’s best if they don’t include mushy peas! At the same restaurant I was also introduced to a South African Ale called Miller’s Foresters. It is excellent and would do proudly in England as a fine pale ale. I highly recommend a visit to the restaurant next to the lifeboat house on the beach front, sorry I can’t remember its name.

    After a belly full ...