The tree is estimated to be about 800 years old; it stands 36.6 metres high and has a circumference of almost 9 metres Storms River Mouth A number of short trails allow visitors to explore the coastal bush and wild beauty of the shoreline, including a suspension bridge across the mouth Storms River Village The adventure capital of South Africa – Tsitsikamma Canopy Tours – cable sliding through the tree tops, tubing from the Old Storms River Bridge, Woodcutters journey for forest tractor rides.Visit the Elvis Presley authentic diner, complete with cadilacs & pink milkshakes Bloukrans Bungy The world’s highest bungy at 216 meters!Tasting also includes a selection of 6 to 8 of Fairview’s Jersey milk and goat’s milk cheeses.La Motte Wine Estate, situated in the beautiful Franschhoek Valley, is home to the finest wines, recognised internationally for exceptional quality.Set in the gardens and surrounding vineyards of one of the first wine estates in Plettenberg Bay, with views of the Tsitsikamma Mountains and the Elephant Sanctuary.Bramon has broken new ground by pioneering vineyards this far east of the Western Cape and offers their award winning bubbly Half day rate – R1200 (exclusive use) Full day rate – R2000 (exclusive use) Whale | Dolphin | Seal Safari Enjoy a boat excursion and see whales, dolphins and seals. Old Nick Village So much more than a shopping centre, this is a truly unique experience for the whole family.
Travel the famous Route 62, the scenic alternative to the N2 highway.Plettenberg Bay/Knysna – Cape Town via N2 or Route 62 We take the old Outeniqua Pass to Oudtshoorn, on to the Cango Caves with its impressive limestone formations, sculptured by nature, in a variety of illuminated colours. Then on to the Port Capital of South Africa, Calitzdorp, where you can sample many of the finest ports and sweet wines, as well as a wide variety of reds and whites.Overnight at the most beautiful and quaint little B & B in Calitzdorp, Welgevonden, situated on a small Chardonnay wine farm.A guided tour takes you to meet the furry felines who live in a semi-natural environment.You get so close, you can hear them purr and if you are lucky, you can even pat them!Two dramatic sea cliffs guard the entrance to the lagoon from the surging ocean Half day rate – R1200 (exclusive use) Full day rate – R2000 (exclusive use) Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve This is the biggest game reserve in the Southern Cape, offering an exciting child-friendly safari experience, with an excellent chance of spotting four of Africa’s Big Five – buffalo, lion, leopard and rhino OR Buffalo Hills Enjoy a safari with coffee & rusks, followed by a guided safari walk, a traditional South African breakfast, a safari game drive on a shaded 4×4 game viewing vehicle, a Nyati Distillery tour & mampoer tasting and then lunch Full day rate – R2600 (exclusive use) Cango Caves One of the world’s great natural wonders – fascinating limestone formations in a wide variety of illuminated colours – an underground wonder-world, not to be missed!Ostrich Farm Visitors can view the eggs, incubators and chicks, hug the friendly ostrich Betsie, hand feed, sit on and even ride the ostriches. Cango Wildlife Ranch and Cheetahland Over 300 crocodiles as well as snakes, cheetahs, lions and leopards, ponies and hippopotamuses Full day rate – R2200 (exclusive use) Big Tree A pathway through indigenous bush, which takes about 10 minutes, leads to the spectacular old Yellowwood giant.Elephant Sanctuary An unforgettable experience interacting with the gentle giants Lawnwood Snake Sanctuary Experience a 1 hour guided tour, consisting of an indigenous snake pit, various outdoor exhibits, a large dome which houses South African and exotic snakes, enormous pythons, monitor lizards and crocodiles Mohair Mill Shop Browse the Mill Centre and see South Africa’s biggest mohair and textile shop, while the kids play in the fun play area alongside the Angora goats.Bramon Wine Estate Enjoy lunch and taste the local wines and cheeses, fresh oysters, garden salads, mezze platters and homemade breads.From the Grist Hopper to the Mash Tun, from the Kettle to the Whirlpool; experience the chill of the first and secondary fermentation cellars.Then back to the Sales Office for the tasting of products Knysna Heads A trip to Knysna Heads is a must for visitors to Knynsa.