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The Baakens River has a total length of 23 km and is situated on approximately 500 hectares of public open space which falls under the jurisdiction of the Parks and Recreation Department. The valley is unique in its situation in a major urban environment and contains many examples of indigenous...
Marine Boat Tours on a 38ft catamaran from PE Harbour to the beachfront, St. Croix Island Group, Bird Island Group and Deep South.
Seaview Predator Park is a self-drive game park with a varied amount of free roaming as well as captive animals, including some of the largest predators in the world.
Nestled amongst rolling hills and open fields, Royalston Coastal Wildlife Estate is a 1000 hectare secured reserve in Port Elizabeth where families escape the commotion of the city and interact harmoniously with nature.
As is the case with many of the fine old buildings in the vicinity, the old Museum was originally built as a dwelling house. It was for Henry Rutherford in 1861. In 1896 it became the home of Adam White Guthrie, Mayor of P E from 1912 to 1915. His legatees left the house to the Port Elizabeth...
King's Beach is a magnificent 1,6 km wide expanse of golden sand extending from the harbor wall to Humewood. The beach is ideal for safe swimming, body surfing, sunbathing and long beach walks, and includes facilities such as a supertube for the adventurous, a snack bar, parking area,...
Coffee Shop, Conference venue, Skills training as well as crafts.
Port Elizabeth's major horseracing racecourse, Fairview, is managed and maintained by Phumelela East Cape. Racing takes place at the course every Friday afternoon. More information pertaining to racing fixtures can be obtained from Phumelela East Cape.
Located in the Eastern Cape, South Africa Bellevue Forest Reserve is the ideal break away into the wild to forget about the everyday hustle and bustle. Accommodating families with children, honeymoon couples and young travelers we have exactly the ADVENTURE for you. With its origins emerging...
Rates from R1290
The Drostdy was erected during General Jacob Glen Cuyler’s tenure of office as Landdrost of Uitenhage in 1809 and follows the historical development of Uitenhage and surrounding districts. It houses exhibitions on toys, porcelain, clothing and an archive library.