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St George's Park, is the oldest park in Port Elizabeth and is situated within walking distance of the city centre.
Calabash Tours offers ground breaking tours that cover both the historical heart of the city, and the vibrant energy of the black townships pulsing with the spirit of a rich culture and a friendly people wanting to share their diversity and spirit.
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Conveniently situated in the heart of the city, along Westview Drive, Mill Park, the long-standing Port Elizabeth Golf Club offers an outstanding golf course and first class facilities. Having been in existence for over 100 years, it is steeped in tradition and is known to locals as "The Hill"....
African Safari: The game park offers accommodation, game drives, self-drive game viewing and tame cheetah interactions. This owner-operated and animal friendly park means that you always get close up views and great photo opportunities.
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Our focus at Get Real is on real relationship development, unique adventure experiences and on realizing both individual and team potential.
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NOTE: Red Location Museum has been closed since 18 October 2013 due to community protests around RDP housing issues. The municipality is working closely with the community on reopening it soon. Built as a tribute to the liberation struggle against apartheid, the museum incorporates the...
The Little Theatre, located on the corner of Castle Hill and Belmont Terrace, Central, was built in the 1850's and originally named the "Athenaeum". It was initially founded to promote cultural activities and, after various other uses, has again become a centre for cultural as well as social...
Situated at the corner of Belmont and Alfred Terrace is the ‘Hill’ Presbyterian Church. In 1861 the Rev. George Renny was brought to Port Elizabeth as minister to the Presbyterian community. Services were held in the Old Grey Institute while the present church was being constructed. It was...