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The Top 5 Things to Do in Port Elizabeth

Posted by PE Travel Blogger on Sun March 20, 2016 in Events in Port Elizabeth .

Things to Do in Port Elizabeth

1. Shamwari Game Reserve

Shamwari Game Reserve is one of the most successful private conservation initiatives in Southern Africa coupled with responsible tourism and the most luxurious means of experiencing your African safari adventure.


Situated in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, Shamwari Game Reserve is the malaria-free, safari holiday you’ve been searching for. Accommodating family, friends or business associates, our facilities, coupled with our spectacular location and passion for the environment, make this an unforgettable destination. For Direction visit their WEBSITE

2. Kragga Kamma Game Park

Lush coastal forest and grassland is home to vast herds of African game, including White Rhino, Buffalo, Cheetah, Giraffe, Zebra, Nyala, Bontebok, Lechwe and many more species. All the animals roam freely, unrestricted in natural surroundings.

This owner operated animal friendly park, where no hunting or other disturbance of the game is permitted, means that you always get close up views and great photo opportunities.

Take a drive in your own vehicle through the park on the well-maintained roads (no need for 4x4) and enjoy viewing the game in any weather conditions from the comfort of your car.

For those really close encounters, choose the 2 hour guided tour in an open Landrover with a professional guide providing you with interesting information on the animals and the historical background to the area. For Direction visit their. WEBSITE

3. The Rose Garden Coffee Shop @ Floradale Nurseries

A visit to Port Elizabeth is not complete unless you have visited The Rose Garden, a coffee shop in the middle of Floradale Nurseries at 63 Circular Drive, Charlo.


Here you do not only find peace and tranquility but you can treat your taste buds to the most scrumptious and mouth-watering dishes, be it for breakfast or lunch.  The words ... I'll be back ... permeate the air. For Direction visit their. WEBSITE

4. South African Marine Rehabilitation and Education Centre

SAMREC is Port Elizabeth's marine bird rehabilitation and education centre situated in the Cape Recife Nature Reserve.



The South African Marine Rehabilitation and Education Centre (SAMREC) is a non-profit organisation established in 2000.  Our main task is to care for sick or injured African Penguins because of their vulnerability.  We see our work as vital because St Croix Island in Algoa Bay is the largest breeding colony in the world.

There are only 20 000 African Penguin breeding pairs left in the SA oceans and more than half are on the islands in Algoa Bay. Various factors have caused the African Penguin numbers to decline over the years. For Direction visit their WEBSITE

5. Cape Recife Nature Reserve

The Cape Recife Area is situated off Marine Drive, along Port Elizabeth’s magnificent beachfront. The area’s rich natural diversity, exciting outdoor activities and various accommodation establishments makes it a ‘must-see’ destination for anyone visiting Port Elizabeth.

The unique and easily recognizable Cape Recife Lighthouse stands as a beacon overlooking this natural wonderland and for those patient enough, nature might reward them with a glimpse of the Roseate Tern or perhaps the Cape clawless otter. From it’s unique blend of globally important plant and animal species to it’s breathtaking beaches - Cape Recife offers its visitors a truly unique natural experience.

For the more adventurous, there are a variety of exhilierating activities to choose from. Whether it be a round of golf at the Humewood Golf Club, landing a musselcracker off the rocky beach or exploring the unique underwater reefs, Cape Recife has something for everyone to enjoy.

The Cape Recife Conservancy (CRC) seeks to protect this rich and bio-diverse natural heritage by effectively managing and conserving all it’s resources for our future generations. For Direction visit their. WEBSITE

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