Events in Port Elizabeth

Events and Things To Do and see in Nelson Mandela Bay. Nelson Mandela Bay (Port Elizabeth, Uitenhage, Despatch & Colchester) has something interesting to offer for everyone. Explore the diverse attractions on offer without ever getting bored!

The Donkin Heritage Trail is highly recommended and show cases The 1820 Settler history and architectural delights of the historical central city can be explored at leisure on a self-guided walking tour. Amble along the 5km Donkin Heritage Trail which links 51 places of historical interest in the old Hill area of central Port Elizabeth. The Donkin Heritage Trail booklet is sold at Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism’s Donkin Reserve Information Office. Download an A4 printable Donkin Heritage Trail Map here: Donkin Heritage Trail Map. Please note that the full booklet is available at the Donkin Visitor Information Centre.

The Algoa Bay Hope Spot

Posted by Travel Trip Blogger on Thu July 5, 2018 in Events in Port Elizabeth .

What are Hope Spots?

Mission Blue defines Hope Spots as special conservation areas that are critical to the health of the ocean — Earth’s blue heart. Some of these Hope Spots are already formally protected, while others still need protection.

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Top 6 Shopping Centres in Port Elizabeth

Posted by Trips with Rita on Thu June 28, 2018 in Events in Port Elizabeth .

Do you require some retail therapy or perhaps you would like to catch a movie? We have great shopping centres in Port Elizabeth. Here follows a short list of our 6 most popular centres.

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Open Gardens in Port Elizabeth

Posted by Roy says.... on Tue August 2, 2016 in Events in Port Elizabeth .

Visit the beautiful gardens of Floradale Nurseries and their popular Rose Garden Coffee Shop. The garden changes throughout the year.

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Bottlenose Dolphin Capital of the World

Posted by PE Travel Blogger on Mon May 9, 2016 in Events in Port Elizabeth .

Nelson Mandela Bay is known as the Water Sports Capital of South Africa and now boast an additional title to its identity, the Bottlenose Capital of the World.

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