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The Robberg Peninsula in Plettenberg Bay is Well Positioned in the Recently Launched ‘Paleo Route’

Robberg Nature Reserve - South Africa

Situated on the Garden Route, the Robberg region in Plettenberg Bay has plenty to offer! Now linking the Cradle of Humankind with its ‘new’ paleontological sibling, the Cradle of Human Culture, it is also home to the Robberg Nature Reserve – a national monument with great historical significance dating back to 120 million years. Furthermore, the iconic Robberg Peninsula is known as being one of the top land-based shark watching locations in the world and also where you’ll find the Nelson Bay Cave – a stone age archaeological site with evidence of significant behaviours that moved us up the evolutionary change.

Read more on these fascinating stories below:

https://www.plett-tourism.co.za/nelson-bay-cave/

https://www.plett-tourism.co.za/discovery-channel-shark-spotting-at-pletts-robberg-peninsula/

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