Located in Algoa Bay of Eastern Cape Province, Port Elizabeth is small but well known town in South Africa. It is popular for its lovely beaches where you can engage in myriad exciting water activities. Along with this it is also a famed spot for watching some rare seabirds and migrating whales who come to the warmer ocean waters near South Africa to give birth to their babies in winters. The wildlife reserves located here look enchanting and give you a great chance to take a glimpse at a range of fantastic jungle beasts including lions, elephants and rhinos.
Attractions: Bayworld, Kragga Kamma Game Park, St George’s Park, Red Location Museum, Kings Beach, African Dawn, Groendal Nature Reserve, St. Croix Island, McArthur Baths, Castlehill, Donkin Reserve, Horse Memorial etc.
Activities: Art appreciation at Nelson Mandela, whale watching, explore museums such as Sukume Museum & Xhosa Culture or South African Air Force Museum, boat tours, bird watching and hiking at Cape Recife Local Authority Nature Reserve, wildlife watching Seaview Predator Park etc.
Places to eat: Old Austria Restaurant, Charlies Pizza & Pasta Summerstrand, De Kelder, The Hacklewood Restaurant, Komorebi Sushi Bar, Blue Waters Café, Friendly Stranger etc.
Nightlife: Beer Yard, Barn & Barell, For the Love of Wine, Barney’s Tavern, Gondwana Café, Buzz Factory, Keg & Swan etc.
Where to shop: Baywest Mall, Wezandla Gallery & Craft Centre, Greenacres Shopping Centres, Back to Earth Organic Market, The Tarot Lounge, Ostrich Emporium SA etc.