Sea Why is a self-catering apartment with private facilities and a separate entrance, situated in Nature’s Valley. Sea Why is situated...
Sea Why is a self-catering apartment with private facilities and a separate entrance, situated in Nature’s Valley. Sea Why is situated within an area of exceptional beauty, the Tsitsikamma, the largest remaining rain forest in southern Africa.
Nature’s Valley is located within the borders of the De Vasselot section of the Garden Route National Park, the only town in South Africa to be surrounded by a national park. The village teems with wildlife and the gardens often receive visits from bush buck, bush pigs, monkeys and genets. From the dunes, visiting whales and dolphins can be observed in the bay. Nature’s Valley has a small shop and a small restaurant. A laundry service is available in Plettenberg Bay.
Sea Why comprises one bedroom, an en-suite bathroom, and a living room with open-plan kitchen. The living room leads onto a separate private patio with a braai. The bedroom offers a double bed, bedding and towels, built-in cupboards and an electronic safe. The en-suite bathroom contains a shower, toilet and basin. The living room contains a bunk bed and a TV with DStv. The open-plan kitchen is equipped with a fridge, microwave, hotplate and utensils for up to four guests. Bedding and towels are changed on a weekly basis, however guests must bring their own beach towels.
Outside offers a private patio with braai and furniture, as well as an outdoor shower to rinse off beach sand. Secure, off-street parking is provided for one vehicle and a trailer.
Nearby attractions include Birds of Eden, Monkeyland, Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre, Crags Elephant Sanctuary, Puzzle Park and The Mill Living Centre. Nearby activities include canopy tours, zip lines, abseiling, horse trails, eagle encounters, Woodcutters Journey, ocean tours, river ferries, boat hire, kayaking and the world’s highest bridge bungee jump.