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The Donkin Heritage Trail links 51 places of historical interest in the old Hill area of central Port Elizabeth.
Farriagers, a casual, yet sophisticated restaurant and bar, has something to offer everyone.
The Windfarm is strategically located on the N2 Highway between Jeffreys Bay and Port Elizabeth. A variety of of restaurants and shops for all tastes and some activities on offer for the kids.
No 7 Castle Hill was completed in 1825 and is one of the oldest surviving Settler cottages in Port Elizabeth.
We have three different groups of African cultural dance that performs in all regions, everywhere, across the world. We do performances at functions such as rituals, ceremonies, parties, celebrations, hose of tourism, host of state visitors, etc.
Top Seafood Restaurant on Nelson Mandela Bay's Pristine Beachfront.
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Restaurant Tshisa Nyama - The new hot spot with delicious deli/meat section , braais and a bar . Craft Beer on tap. DJs every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Come enjoy a meal in our restaurant, walk through our touch farm stay in our luxury chalets and play in our kid's zone
Bayworld comprises the Main Museum, Oceanarium, Snakepark - marvel at the diversity of museum displays: from prehistoric dinosaurs to the 15m skeleton of the last southern right whale harpooned in Algoa Bay; view the diverse collection of marine life and experience the daily sea and penguin...
For those wishing to browse around local flea markers during a weekend, a visit along the Humewood Beachfront to view the wares of the Beachfront Traders will prove a rewarding experience. This flea market extends along the promenade between the King's Beach parking area to the McArthur's...