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Sundays River Adventures promises a fun-filled day for all at its one-stop adventure paradise in the little town of Colchester. Whether it’s sandboarding down one of the highest dunes in South Africa, enjoying a safari with an expert guide through the Addo Elephant National Park, cruising or...
Rates from R400
Experience more fashion, more food and more fun! The super-regional Baywest Mall is packed with a wide variety of energising retail outlets, a Fun Factory and Food Court. Conveniently situated off the N2, Baywest Mall is within easy reach for shoppers and has quickly become the go to attraction...
Gamtoos Tourism is the marketing body for its members in the Gamtoos Valley and Baviaanskloof.
Mobile-friendly guide to the towns and cities of Southern Africa.
Out and About aims to be one of the most unique, innovative, transparent and authentic logistics and transport providers within the Tourism industry offering unique and different modes of transport for our customers to get that much needed value add from every ride by offering, Tours, Shuttles...
Rates from R350
Donkin Reserve, located off Belmont Terrace, Central, and overlooking the city, was proclaimed an open space in perpetuity by Sir Rufane Donkin.
The Port Elizabeth Metro Bed and Breakfast Association (PEMBBA) is the official representative organisation of over 100 quality approved Port Elizabeth Accommodation establishments. Accommodation options are Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses, Lodges, Self-catering and more.
Welcome to Somerset East, home of the Walter Battiss Art Museum, this is where you will find all you need to know about Somerset East, as well as the neighbouring towns of Pearston and Cookhouse. Together these towns make up the Blue Crane Route.
St. John’s Methodist Church in Havelock Street is an attractive stone building in the neo-gothic style, designed by E.J. Sherwood. The existence of the church, which was opened in 1894, was due to the efforts of the Rev. William Wynne and the enthusiastic support of his congregation.