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The 7 Wonders of our world are Addo, the Baviaans, Grahamstown, Jeffreys Bay & St Francis, the Karoo, the Sunshine Coast and the Tsitsikamma & the Langkloof.
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.
Amani Spa is synonymous with innovation, luxury & authenticity. Evoke a sense of inner peace at Amani Spa, where our goal is to delight our Guests and provide a personalized journey of peace, calm and serenity.
The splendid old Port Elizabeth Main Library is situated in the North-Western corner of Market Square. The first building on the site was constructed in 1835 and was initially used as a courthouse from 1854. The present library building was officially opened in 1902. The building is...
The Association for the Physically Disabled (APD) is a registered Non-Profit Organization affiliated to the National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities in South Africa. An Executive Committee of 11 members oversees a Director and 21 staff members, which includes 3 Social workers and...
Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism is an association with the objective to generically promote the City and surrounding areas. The Association is located in the city of Port Elizabeth but maintain representation and communication throughout the Metro and surrounding areas via a network of tourism...
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.
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.