The city is home to many cultural and historical monuments, like Route 67 - a tribute to the years Nelson Mandela devoted to public life. Museums like the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum and the Red Location Museum are great educational outings that the whole family can enjoy.
Also known as "The Friendly City", PE has all the elements necessary to make up a truly South African experience, and what’s more, they’ll be delivered with a smile.
Once you’ve seen all the vibrant city has in store for you, set out to explore the stunning beaches in and around Port Elizabeth. Whether you’re looking to go fishing and surfing or snorkeling and scuba-diving, you won’t be disappointed with the host of aqua-activities available.
Go from whale-watching and enjoying the beautiful Eastern Cape coastline from the deck of one of the exceptional hotels in PE, to encountering the Big Five on a game drive through the impressive Addo Elephant Park- the third biggest park in South Africa. Alternatively, be entertained by the Grahamstown Arts Festival.
When considering accommodation in PE, there is something for everyone! Ranging from quaint guesthouses and bed and breakfasts, to serene camping and backpacking, to luxury lodges and safari camp- to name just a few- you’ll be sure to find the venue that best suits you.