About Alkantmooi Private Nature Reserve
Alkantmooi Private Nature Reserve is high on a hill, overlooking scenic Plettenberg Bay, with views that go on forever. The all-round outlook of mountains, rivers and ocean is the reason for its apt name, Alkantmooi, which means ‘beautiful on all sides’ in the local Afrikaans language.
Easily accessible yet wonderfully secluded, Alkantmooi Private Nature Reserve is a four-star establishment with four fully equipped luxury apartments with separate entrances. It offers comfortable, private self-catering accommodation ideal for nature lovers. Surrounded by lush green vegetation and bordering the Keurbooms River Nature Reserve, Alkantmooi Private Nature Reserve is within walking distance of many outdoor activities – on the river and in protected, pristine fynbos and indigenous forest prolific with bird and animal life.
Alkantmooi Private Nature Reserve offers the best of both worlds: it is near enough to Plettenberg Bay (only 6km) to stock up on supplies yet far enough away for uninterrupted peace and quiet. When staying in Alkantmooi 1 make the best of the views on covered wooden decks where a family-sized table, a gas braai (barbeque) and pool table will ensure hours of relaxation and fun.
Should you want to explore beyond the natural wonders of Alkantmooi Private Nature Reserve and the Keurbooms River valley, Plettenberg Bay is famous for its diverse offering of unspoiled beaches, fascinating tourist attractions, good restaurants and interesting shops. Just up the road is The Crags, an area known for everything from elephants, monkeys, birds and wild cats to sparkling wine, pottery, and a theater in a barn.
Beach: Alkantmooi is close to Keurboomstrand (8Km) and the Look Out Beach (8 Km)
Golf: Alkantmooi is close to Goose Valley and Plettenberg Bay Country Club
Romantic: We offer very private luxurious suites with lovely ocean and mountain views.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling