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Lalibela Game Reserve and Safari Lodge is located in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, close to Port Elizabeth and Addo, which means it is not only malaria free, but spans 5 ecosystems, resulting in a breath-taking diversity of flora and fauna.
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Since the 1820’s there was a strong move locally for the capital of the Colony to be situated in Uitenhage. When the Town Hall was built in 1882 in Market Street and the Public Building between 1896 and 1898 (now called Victoria Tower), they were such imposing buildings for a small town that...
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.
Originally “Jessieville” it was built in about 1840 for merchant Joseph Smith and was extensively altered by Emil Castens in the 1880s. Harry Mosenthal, a second generation of the merchants who set up a branch of Mosenthal Brothers in Main Street in 1842, lived in the house at the end of...
St George's Park, is the oldest park in Port Elizabeth and is situated within walking distance of the city centre.
The Donkin Heritage Trail links 51 places of historical interest in the old Hill area of central Port Elizabeth.
We supply entertainment and do teambuilding workshops. 1) Interactive drumming, teambuilding, ice breakers for conferences and private parties for adults, children and tour groups. 2) Entertainment for corporate events, private functions and weddings 3) Drum building for schools.
Sukume Museum and Xhosa Culture Centre displays a brief history of Port Elizabeth and Gqebera (Walmer Township) and insight into the Xhosa Culture, Beliefs and the Apartheid Era.
If you are looking for country charm and tranquility you will find Casa Mia Health Spa & Guesthouse nestled among citrus trees only 45min drive from Port Elizabeth and 15min drive from Addo Elephant National Park.
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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...