Welcome is at best mediocre as is service to get refreshments. Lack of Antelope variety. Cat enclosures feel small. Truly a mediocre at best game viewing experience!
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About Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve
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We went on Saturday morning to this fabulous park The guide was Evan - a true gentleman and highly educated and knowledgeable about the huge range of wildlife. You could listen for hours and what he didn't know would fit on a tiny stamp I...More
Nice lodge but wildlife experience was depressing and distressing: a single hippo, crocodiles in a fenced pit, 9 trained elephants that could never run free and can't go anywhere without their handlers, 2 poor rhino the male of which looks like a grenade exploded in...More
Did you not post a bad report like this previously too, please do not come again, 95 percent of our reviews are good but some negative people like yourself do great damage with your opinion and most of your info is incorrect anyway, love to...More
Was there 7 years ago with my girlfriend from Scotland and it seems the staff are still supplying the great quality and friendly welcome. you mus go there and ,by the way, the glrls in the kitchen cook the most marvellous food. Try the horseback...More
Thank you really appreciate, everyone tries their best
Our guide Evans made this trip for us.We saw all the main animals apart from the elephants.Our 2 hour trip lasted over 2.5hours as Evans searched for the animals. Well worth a visit
Thank you everyone tries to please
What a gem. My husband and I enjoyed a 2 night stay at the Baroness Lodge (part of the Plettenberg bay game reserve). I would explain the lodge as rustic, yet comfortable. Lovely large 4 poster beds, traditional wooden floors and the largest bathroom I...More
Thank you for visiting us and hope to see you soon, have a safe journey back home
We originally planned to stay for one night but on arrival seeing how beautiful and peaceful the place was we decided to book straight away for a second night. We were endeared by the old colonial style, open fires and kind staff. Our room was...More
Though I am a South African, and used to visit the Kruger National Park and Pilanesberg in my school years, I make it a priority to visit Plett Game Reserve as often as possible. I don't think "Boutique Game Reserve" is a term - but...More
Thank you for coming to Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve and your great review
Words cannot start to describe the experience. I met the owner of the Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve when he stayed at one of our self-catering apartments in Stellenbosch. I had guests from the USA the following week and we were planning to go to the...More
The location is beautiful although when we arrived the price was not as agreed and was way above surrounding luxury accommodation and did not include any extras whatsoever. The staff seemd to not want to work and the food was okay. Wouldn't recommend it.