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SANCCOB is Port Elizabeth's marine bird rehabilitation and education centre situated in the Cape Recife Nature Reserve. The centre's purpose isn't just to rescue and rehabilitate, but to also inform and educate the public through their different programs.
The Aloe trail comprises two trails: one of 2 km, marked with yellow arrows, and a longer one of 7 km (3 hours), marked with red arrows. Both start at a gate at the top of Tippers Creek Road, between Amsterdamhoek and Bluewater Bay. The trail takes a circular route via the escarpment...
The Ibhayi Sunshine Saunter Route is a simply stunning saunter through coast & country and is a suggested tour option for lovers of beach views and beautiful country areas.
Enjoy a guided river cruise on the Sundays River Ferry and explore the beauty of the Sundays River Estuary. View the majestic Alexandria Coastal Dune - one of the largest coastal dune systems in the world. Hop on The Sundays River Ferry to the sand dunes for a one of a kind Sand Sledding...
Rates from R550
The walk of 9 km (3-4 hours) starts at the MOTHERWELL STORMWATER CANAL in the ZWARTKOPS NATURE RESERVE on the northern bank of the ZWARTKOPS RIVER upstream of the brickfields. Access is via a dirt track along the river from the COROBRIK FACTORY adjacent to the BRAMLIN-MARKMAN HIGHWAY. Cars may...
Welcome to AB Marine and Expert-Tours licensed Dolphin and Whale watching - Tours Algoa Bay daily trips at 8.30 and 12pm , sunset cruse on request, Group and tour operators welcome. RSVP. Priced from 1200 Rand per adult. Query at 0721420420 or email...
Rates from R350
The 54-hectare tranquil Settler's Park, which lies along the banks of the Baakens River, is located in the heart of the city.
The Lower Guinea Fowl Hiking Trail is a 7,5 km trail which is accessed from the 3rd Avenue dip in Newton Park, leading down to Settler's Park and Brickmakers Kloof.
Maitland River Mouth is located at the foot of the famous Maitland dune “mountain”; sand-boarding is a favourite pastime while kilometers of sandy beach can be explored at leisure.
The Island Nature Reserve offers numerous walks, the most well known being the 16km Bushbuck Hiking Trail which starts just outside the Main Office of the Island Nature Reserve. The Bushbuck trail can also be fragmented into 5 different trails according to the distance they are covering.