Port Elizabeth Shore Excursion: Port Elizabeth City Tour

Port Elizabeth Shore Excursion: Port Elizabeth City Tour
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$127.38
Duration: 4 hours
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Description

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).

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. Additional language guides are 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). What do the locals call Port Elizabeth? Anything from “PE”, “The Windy City”, “Die Baai” to “Ibhayi”.

About our people: We like to refer to ourselves as laid-back. Our economy is booming, but we still have that small-town feel. Port Elizabeth is a rapidly developing metro and was also a proud host city in the Soccer World Cup 2010!

What’s “lekker” about PE? Just about everything: great (moderate) weather all year round, beautiful beaches (including the Blue Flag beaches of St Georges Beach and Humewood Beach), low crime rate, strong economic growth, major university (NMMU) and schools, the Boardwalk Casino, major hotels and guesthouses, shopping centres, very little traffic congestion and much more to mention.

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).