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Leeuwenbosch has been in the Fowlds family since 1872. Steeped in history it offers a true Eastern Cape family setting. This lodge has its unique brand with personalized owner driven hospitality to compliment your safari experience.
Rates from R3180
We are Heritage Tourism specialist based in Port Elizabeth, offering Port Elizabeth Day Tours including Wildlife Safaris, Cultural Tours, and Eco-Adventures of both the Eastern and Western Cape provinces.
Rates from R350
The 250 hectare Maitland Nature Reserve, which is accessed via the Seaview Main Road to Maitland River Mouth, comprises dense indigenous coastal forest, abundant birdlife, an old wagon road which leads to Maitland lead mines, a variety of small animals such as bushbuck, and blue duiker as well...
Built in the early 1830’s for Harbour Master Edward Wallace, the house was extensively altered in about 1881 for the General Manager of the Bank of Africa. Used for a time as a students residence, the house was restored by the University of Port Elizabeth in 1995 to provide offices.
The Donkin Heritage Trail links 51 places of historical interest in the old Hill area of central Port Elizabeth.
Afroventures specializes in Addo Elephant National Park Safaris, single and multi day tours throughout the Eastern & Western Cape.
Rates from R400
The Port Elizabeth City Hall, which is located in Market Square, was built between 1858 and 1862. The attractive clock tower was only added in 1883. The City Hall serves as a Council Chamber as well as a concert hall, a lecture hall and offices for city council employees.
The three rocky islands, which make up this 12 ha reserve, St Croix, Brenton and Jahleel, are situated off the mouth of the Coega River in Algoa Bay. This reserve, which is not open to the public, was established as a breeding ground for the jackass penguin, now recognized as an endangered species.
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.
Founded in 1882, the Port Elizabeth Bowling Club was the first official Bowling Club in South Africa, with the first Green being built at a cost of £48-10s, at this club, and is still being played on today, appropriately named Founders Green.