A walking city tour through the inner city of one of the oldest cities in South Africa.Situated on the shores of the Indian Ocean, overlooking Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth flaunts an atmosphere of relaxed year-round fun and excitement. A temperate all year round climate makes anytime a good time to visit this bustling port city. The breathtaking seashore boasts a perfect combination of warm water, protected beaches and invigorating sea breezes. Here you will find some of the world's best sailing venues, first-rate scuba diving with colourful coral species, beautiful reefs and shipwrecks, near perfect conditions for wind-surfing, angling, snorkelling, kite-surfing, fly-fishing and canoeing. Port Elizabeth is a nature lovers dream come boasting 5 different biomes within the city limits.
• 3 hours
Deep within the shadows of the dense Valley Bushveld, of the Sundays River region, lies the Addo Elephant National Park. The original elephant section of the park was proclaimed in 1931, when only eleven elephants remained in the area.
• 7.5 hours
This day experience offers visitors a complete wildlife experience. The Amakhala Private Game Reserve offers a product aimed at providing visitors with an experience of the diverse wildlife and landscape.
• 8 hours
Whilst enjoying a city tour of Port Elizabeth, you will see the following interesting landmarks: Town Hall, Feather Market Hall, Market Square, Fort Frederick, Donkin Reserve, St George’s Park, Settlers Park, Cape Recife and Schoenmakerskop. The tour will be conducted by a qualified English speaking driver guide, with additional language guides available on request at an additional rate. All transport is in air-conditioned vehicles and the rate includes return transfers to Port Elizabeth port. Port Elizabeth is South Africa’s second oldest city and also the commercial capital of the Eastern Cape. It is situated on the south-eastern coast of South Africa (most southern country on the African continent). PE forms part of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro which also includes the towns of Uitenhage and Despatch (approx 1.5 million people).
• 4 hours
Enjoy a chauffeured game drive through lush coastal forest and grassland, home to vast herds of African game, including White rhino, buffalo, cheetah, giraffe, zebra, Nyala, Bontebok, Lechwe and many more species. All the animals at Kragga Kamma roam freely and unrestricted in their natural surroundings. This owner-operated animal-friendly park – where no hunting or other disturbance of game is permitted – means that you always get close-up views and great photo opportunities. Enjoy a chauffeured drive through the park in an air-conditioned vehicle (no need for 4x4) and enjoy viewing game in any weather conditions from the comfort of the vehicle.
• 5 hours
An historical, cultural and scenic orientation tour, showing you Port Elizabeth from its interesting origin to the present modern day splendour.
• 4 hours
This private half-day guided township tour by air-conditioned minivan explores three Port Elizabeth-area townships. Your driver/guide will explain the region's social history, including the country's apartheid past and great successes of the present.
• 4 hours
A newly opened attraction in Addo, Adrenalin Addo is proud to present the longest double zipline in South Africa. Fast, fun and safe, this exhilarating ride begins from a vantage point 60 metres above the Sundays River, overlooking a valley of citrus fields. For those brave enough to take that initial launch, 500-metre twin ziplines fly two riders over the river at up to 60 km/h.And if the zipline whets your appetite for a bigger and better adrenalin rush, the giant swing will guarantee that. After being hoisted up 18m high, “the rest is history”, as they say. A release into oblivion, with the sky as your limit, this is the ultimate test of courage. Say goodbye to your stomach! (Giant Swing is at additional cost.)
• 7 hours
The Addo Elephant National Park is home to the densest population of elephant in the world and is now the third largest national park in South Africa. The park can exclusively claim to be the only national park in the world to conserve the “Big 7” – the Big 5 as well as the Southern Right whale and Great White shark off the Algoa Bay coast. Apart from elephants, other mammals in Addo include lion, the endangered Cape buffalo, black rhino, zebra, jackal, warthog and numerous species of antelope. Enjoy a full-day Addo Park tour in an air-conditioned vehicle with an experienced English speaking driver guide.
• 8 hours
Feel the heartbeat and rhythm of Africa as you become part of a Big 5 safari adventure on Amakhala Game Reserve, a private wildlife conservancy near Addo Park boasting unique topography and fascinating wildlife. You will be transferred from Port Elizabeth port to Amakhala Game Reserve for a day in the bush, with an exciting game drive in an open Land Rover, followed by a delicious 2-course lunch at the lodge’s restaurant, before returning to Port Elizabeth.
• 8.5 hours