Your Garden Route Flight Connector
Plett Air Safaris now offers visitors to the region a reliable Flight Shuttle service from Plettenberg Bay Airport to the stunning Big 5 Shamwari Private Game Reserve and Kwandwe Private Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape. We also offer a direct link to the historic town of Graaff-Reinet connecting Plettenberg Bay with Mount Camdeboo Private Game Reserve, Samara Private Game Reserve and The Drostdy Hotel. Our Shuttle service provides a seamless connection to the self-drive tourist or group electing to use the Fly CemAir scheduled service into Plettenberg Bay from either Cape Town or Johannesburg. Simply hop on one of our Flight Shuttle services to some of the most exclusive destinations in South Africa. Only 45 minutes away by air, why drive if you can fly?
Plett Air Safaris has various aircraft available for private charters, anywhere you want to go, we can arrange! We are also the leaders in adrenalin filled scenic flights around the Plettenberg Bay area ensuring a thrilling experience in the air and breathtaking views of the entire Plettenberg Bay coastline. Swoop low over the ocean and watch whales and dolphins frolic in the breakers below. Marvel at the exquisite natural beauty of the landscape from your unique vantage point in our open cockpit aircraft.
Shamwari Game Reserve
Shamwari Game Reserve is one of the most successful private conservation initiatives in Southern Africa coupled with responsible tourism and the most luxurious means of experiencing your African safari adventure.
Situated in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, Shamwari Game Reserve is the malaria-free, safari holiday you’ve been searching for. Accommodating family, friends or business associates, our facilities, coupled with our spectacular location and passion for the environment, make this an unforgettable destination.
Kwandwe Private Game Reserve
Nestled in the heart of South Africa’s unspoilt Eastern Cape province lies Kwandwe Private Game Reserve, a world-class Big Five safari destination in 22 000 hectares of pristine private wilderness.
Renowned for understated luxury, exquisite scenery and the thousands of animals and wildlife that call the Reserve home, our four award-winning Lodges offer a range of accommodation options and activities to make every African Dream come true.
Mount Camdeboo Private Game Reserve
Mount Camdeboo Private Game Reserve lies just to the east of Graaff-Reinet in the heart of the malaria free Eastern Cape's Great Karoo. Luxurious beyond expectation. Come and experience a personalised safari in a region that is steeped in history and culture.
Guests are accommodated in four Cape Dutch houses that lie cupped in the palm of the Sneeuberg Mountain range. Once homes to generations of settlers, these magnificent homesteads have been sensitively converted into havens of five star luxury.
Samara Private Game Reserve
Samara Private Game Reserve is a passionate conservation undertaking, the leader in its area and a catalyst for change in the Great Karoo region of South Africa.
Described as ‘heart-stoppingly beautiful’, the award-winning malaria-free reserve encompasses 70,000 acres of wilderness in the Great Karoo – South Africa’s magical heartland.
The Drostdy Hotel
Luxury Boutique Hotel in the heart of historic Graaff-Reinet
Drostdy Hotel is situated in the beautiful town of Graaff-Reinet which was established in 1786 and is South Africa’s fourth oldest magisterial district.
The town contains over 220 heritage sites which is more than any other town in South Africa and has examples of magnificent Cape Dutch, Victorian and Karoo architecture.
The standard scenic flight in our open cockpit aircraft will take you to the Robberg Nature Reserve where you can observe seals at play and keep an eye out for sleek sharks that might be stalking them. We then swoop down Robberg Beach, passing around the iconic landmark – The Beacon Island Resort – and return over the town of Plettenberg Bay towards for the airport.
Flying time is around 10-15 minutes.
Cost: R750 per person, VAT Included.
The dusty Karoo desert comes alive to host one of the most radical festivals on the festival lover’s calendar. South Africa’s answer to the legendary American Burning Man Festival, is back in the dusty Karoo for an extended seven days of art, music, performance and creative expression from Monday, 23 April to Sunday, 29 April 2018 in the Tankwa Karoo National Park.
Set in the arid, semi-desert, the other-worldly affair calls on free spirits to gather and create a temporary city (Tankwa Town) based on the radical; radical art, radical self-expression, radical self-reliance and, above all else, the radical sense of unity that exists between the ‘Burners’- people that attend each year. The theme this year invites you to engage with the level to which you are responsible for defining Tankwa Town. Larry Harvey has described how, when the small handful of Cacophonist and Bohemians physically moved ‘The Man’ from Baker Beach to the Black Rock Desert, “…no one asked what it was, what its significance was or what it meant, the reason being, because it was us.” The ethos of the old festival comes from a set of ten guiding principles that encourage, amongst other things, communal effort, decommodification and total expression of the self. This means that, whether it’s in the form of an extravagant costume, provision of basic essentials (like food and drink) or a twisted piece of art, contributions to the spirit and function of Tankwa Town are expected from everyone. Money is no object in the temporary city as nothing is for sale, and generally, if you want something, you trade for it or ask for it. The festival fosters giving and letting go of material goods to enjoy the outdoors and reclaim some essence of human nature. For more insight and info on this spectacular event visit https://www.afrikaburn.com/.
CORE OF THE 2017 ARTS FESTIVAL
The ethos of the old festival comes from a set of ten guiding principles that encourage, amongst other things, communal effort, decommodification and total expression of the self. This means that, whether it’s in the form of an extravagant costume, provision of basic essentials (like food and drink) or a twisted piece of art, contributions to the spirit and function of Tankwa Town are expected from everyone. Money is no object in the temporary city as nothing is for sale, and generally, if you want something, you trade for it or ask for it. The festival fosters giving and letting go of material goods to enjoy the outdoors and reclaim some essence of human nature.
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