Christmas is always family time for me and that means migrating home, hanging out in my stomping grounds of Plettenberg Bay. As much as I love the magical beauty of the Garden Route, come peak holiday season it’s a congested nightmare and best experienced in small doses


Plettenberg Bay’s annual Sabrina Love Ocean Challenge has become a traditional and much-loved fixture on the holiday playground’s summer calendar – one in which visitors and the people of the town show their support for children living with disabilities.


 Participants can take part in one of five different categories: a 6 km open water swim, a 15 km ocean paddle, a 10 km fun run, a 600m open water swim for kids or a 3 km beach walk. Strong winds and angry seas made the paddle and swim move to the Keurboom’s lagoon, wise decision.

The Sabrina Love Ocean Challenge is all about people helping people, where 100% of entries go towards helping children with disabilities. It has also become a tradition for South African celebrities to join in. 


Celebs giving of their time were Derek Watts(safety kayaker) from Carte Blanche, Elana Meyer, Bruce Fordyce (paddled the 2005 Dusi together -never heard someone squeal so much on the portages), Nick Bester (passionate about his deep sea fishing, even though he doesn’t eat fish), Olympian paddler Michelle Erray, Natalie du Toit.

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