About Tamodi Lodge

Tamodi in the National Geographic Traveller UK

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Plettenberg Bay, affectionately known as Plett, is situated on the southern coast of South Africa’s Garden Route. The area’s rich cultural history dates back to the ancestors of the Khoisan people, but the first settlers arrived in the 1600s when the Portuguese discovered it. The area is known for its miles of pristine sand and Sleepy […]

Kulula Magazine article

Magazine article Tamodi

“Only once we walked through, experienced its grand proportions and headed out the other side did we realise what a gem we’d stumbled upon. Arriving on the massive wooden terrace, our jaws hung open at the scene before us.” – From an article in last month’s Kulula magazine. You can read the full article here.

Living Large In Plett: Tamodi Lodge

Tamodi article

Our first stop was Tamodi Lodge, positioned in Keurboom heights, approximately 10 kilometres outside Plettenberg Bay. We were met with immediate tranquillity as we headed down the driveway lined with Eucalyptus trees, pastures and private stables towards the sizeable, but understated, thatched lodge. Indeed the architecture, both interior and exterior, is designed to act as […]

Sunday Times travel article


Great little article about Tamodi in the Sunday Times Travel section from the 9th September: “Tamodi is one of the most beautiful self-catering lodges I have stayed in. The bedrooms overlook the forests of the Crags, a valley outside Plettenberg Bay, and the Outeniqua mountains in the distance. The lounges are huge, with fireplaces and […]