Learn to surf

Here at learn to surf Plett we are an enthusiastic, passionate and often fanatical group of instructors. We take great pleasure in succeeding in our efforts to get you, the student, up and riding and discovering the joys of harnessing some of the oceans energy. We guarantee that once you glide down the open face of your first wave you will experience that beautiful natural high that only surfers know and ensure you will keep coming back for more. Our surfing lessons are 2 hours long and also do offer a shorter lesson on request for a 1 hour long lessons for younger student who are not able to cope with a longer full lesson. Situated at Robberg 5 Beach.

Trip out

TripOut offers surfing, stand up paddle-boarding. Snorkelling and adventure kloofing instruction and lessons to locals and visitors of all ages. Being fanatical surfers ourselves means that our passion for surfing reaches all those that we teach and ensure that we put everything into getting you up, riding waves and discovering the joy of harnessing natures energy. Situated in Knysna. 083 306 3581

Surf Cafe

An intimate live music venue with flavours from our favourite surf trips, internet facilities and least we forget the feeling of travelling, a great selection of surf, kitesurf, snowboard, skateboard, wakeboard etc dvd’s on the big screen to remind us what life is all about: Living! Surf Cafe is all about the vibe like a bit of live music. Because Mexico was one of our favourite surf trips and just because food is so tasty and social, we have a fairly big representation on the menu. Tasty treats like nachos, quesadilla and enchiladas will keep you coming back for more. Located at Beacon isle Centre, Piesang Valley, Plettenberg Bay. 044 533 6801

Tourism in Plettenberg Bay

Plettenberg Bay is a seaside town on the Garden Route in South Africa’s Western cape province. The sandy Central Beach and Lookout beach both have surf breaks. To the south, Robberg Nature reserve is a rocky peninsula with trails and the stone age Nelson Bay Caves. Northeast are birds of Eden, a free-flight bird sanctuary in indigenous forest, and an elephant sanctuary. Whales come near the coast in migration season and can be seen daily.