Plettenberg Bay has once again received a nomination in the 25th annual World Travel Awards™ as Africa’s Leading Beach Destination. This is the 9th time Plett has been nominated for this prestigious honour.
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It’s no surprise Plett has been nominated 9 years running. Having received Blue Flag status for six beaches during the 2017/18 season. This included Robberg 5 (8th year), Keurboomstrand (6th year), Nature’s Valley (5th year), Lookout (3rd year), The Dunes beach (2nd year) and the newest to join Blue Flag status was the Singing Kettle beach near Enrico’s Restaurante.