Port Elizabeth Guest Houses Activities
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For an old-world experience the Apple Express, a narrow-gauge steam train, puffs it's way to Loerie and back.
Port Elizabeth is also the ideal base from which to take a trip, via the fertile and beautiful Gamtoos River Valley, through the fabulous Baviaanskloof Mega-Reserve with it's wilderness area. As some ...
A complex which comprises a dolphin show amphitheatre, an aquarium, a museum covering everything from history to whales including hands-on exhibits.
On the main beachfront can be found the Boardwalk, a casino, restaurant and shopping complex laid out around water features and landscaped gardens.
Algoa Bay is one of the best sailing venues in the world, offering fantastic sailing in a wide variety of winds. It is rare that there is a day without even a breeze.
We have a bowling alley at the Board Walk Casino and Restaurant which makes for a great family evening.
As a matter of interest, there are approximately 400 shipwrecks to be found in and around the bay. If that is not exciting enough, one can even dive in the predator tank of the Bayworld Aquarium.
Almost needless to say, Algoa Bay offers excellent angling, whether off the piers and rocks or deep sea game fishing.
A hike along the valley of the Baakens River from it's source to Settlers' Park, a short distance from the Bay. Much of the way is forested and it is often difficult to realise that one is walking thr...
There are some excellent golf courses in and nearby the city, most notably Humewood, which is the only true links course in South Africa.
For theatre lovers, the old Opera House is the largest venue while The Ford Little Theatre stages smaller productions.
A 9 km walk with considerable variety. It takes one along the beach past the Cape Recife lighthouse and Thunderbolt Reef, through part of the nature reserve where there is a bird hide for viewing the ...