Port Elizabeth Activities

Port Elizabeth Activities

  • Blue Horizon Beach Port Elizabeth
    Port Elizabeth Activities
    Blue Horizon Bay 34 km from PE lies comfortably between Port Elizabeth and Jeffreys Bay, a seaside hamlet that offers beautiful sandy beaches, and scenery to match. More Info
  • The Lower Guinea Fowl Trail
    Port Elizabeth Activities
    This trail starts at the Third Avenue dip in Newton Park and follows the Baakens River down to Settlers Park and Brickmakers Kloof. It can also be done starting at the bottom and walking up or shortened by starting at Settlers Park. More Info
  • The Coastal Fynbos Trail
    Port Elizabeth Activities
    This circular trail of about 7 km starts at Sappershoek which is at the eastern end of the seaside village of Schoemakerskop. More Info
  • Maitland Beach Port Elizabeth
    Port Elizabeth Activities
    Maitland Beach is a huge beach in the outskirts of the Port Elizabeth metro with spectacular sand dunes, popular with sand boarders, and miles of sandy beach stretching away towards Jeffreys Bay. More Info
  • Aloe Hiking Trail
    Port Elizabeth Activities
    The Aloe trail comprises two trails: one of 2 km, marked with yellow arrows, and a longer one of 7 km (3 hours), marked with red arrows. Both start at a gate at the top of Tippers Creek Road, between Amsterdamhoek and Bluewater Bay. The trail takes... More Info
  • The Roseate Tern Hiking Trail
    Summerstrand Activities
    This 8 km walk which takes 3-4 hours starts at the entrance gate to the Cape Receife Nature Reserve (where there are ablutions). More Info
  • The Sacramento Hiking Trail
    Port Elizabeth Activities
    The walk starts near the cannon at the west end of Schoenmakerskop and follows the coast to Sardinia Bay, returning via bridle-tracks and a path along the top of the vegetated dunes. More Info
  • The reserve covers 150 ha and was established in 1975. There are three trails in the reserve which can be walked in various combinations. More Info
  • Van Stadens Wild Flower Reserve
    Port Elizabeth Activities
    This reserve offers two hiking trails, the one a 4 km walk through fynbos and the other a 6km walk through forest, both leading to the gorge of the Van Stadens River. More Info
  • Apiarist Farm Shoppe
    Port Elizabeth Activities
    Rautenbach Apiaries is a Bee Farm in Port Elizabeth. We specialize in friendly service, great products and an educational farmyard atmosphere where the kettle whistles the coffee beans into a special brew just for you. We focus on family, not Wi-Fi...
  • Alive Survival
    Jeffreys Bay Activities
    Good survival training is essential to the outdoor enthusiast and anyone exposed to the elements whether by choice or accident. Our survival course trains you in building shelters, finding water, fire making and orientation with or without compass,... More Info
  • King's Beach Port Elizabeth
    Humewood Activities
    King's Beach is by way of being Port Elizabeth's flagship beach, being the closest to the heart of the city as well as the best known to visitors. More Info
  • Hobie Beach Port Elizabeth
    Summerstrand Activities
    Hobie Beach in Summerstrand next to Shark Rock Pier is an extremely popular beach for swimmers, sunbathers, body surfers, canoeists, sailboarders and the like due to its launching facility for boats etc. More Info
  • Humewood Beach
    Humewood Activities
    Humewood Beach is South Africa’s oldest blue flag beach and situated between Kings Beach and Hobie Beach along the main beachfront. More Info

Port Elizabeth Map

Port Elizabeth Information

The city of Port Elizabeth is located on the south-eastern coast of Africa along the shores of Algoa Bay. The city is fondly referred to as “The Friendly City” or "The Bay" and tourists, who linger long enough to discover Port Elizabeth’s treasures soon encounter the refreshing and sincere hospitality from which the city has earned its name.

A superb value-for-money and family fun holiday destination, the city offers a diverse selection of attractions, scenic nature trails, historic heritage, magnificent wildlife, cultural experiences, countless water sport activities and 40km of breathtaking coastline and beaches.

Port Elizabeth, together with Uitenhage and Despatch, form the Nelson Mandela Metro, a convenient gateway to the Karoo, the Eastern Cape Frontier Region and the N2 coastal route to Cape Town known as the Garden Route with its well-equipped airport and harbour linking South Africa with other national and international destinations.

Port Elizabeth is known as South Africa’s watersport capital and offers activity throughout the year, especially wind-surfing and fishing. In fact, Algoa Bay is regarded as one of the best sailing venues in the world, while scuba diving is of world class quality with beautiful reefs, ship-wrecks, fish and colourful coral species.

The area also supports the most diverse array of vegetation types in South Africa as five of the country's seven terrestrial biogeographic areas are represented in the Eastern Cape.

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