Port Elizabeth
Eastern Cape
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Things To Do in Port Elizabeth

6 Reviews
WillSumThe stadium is located in a place similar to a small peninsula, facing the sea on three sides, so that the air here is good and the view is wide. As a building named after a national hero, it has undertaken the task of the game during the World Cup.
6 Reviews
ccjccjYou can see more than 40 animals including lions, giraffes, zebras, wildebeests and impalas. The park also offers driving tours. The most attractive show in this park is playing with the 4-9 month old lion cubs.
5 Reviews
_We***33I really enjoyed the Kragga Kamma Game Park. All of the animals are so close.
2 Reviews
九色鹿游世界The musical fountain in Port Elizabeth is spectacular. The fountain changes colors and shapes continuously with the melody of the music. It is beautiful! The pedestrian street is also very interesting. The sunrise is beautiful!
1 Reviews
_We***68The most popular beach in Port Elizabeth. The pictures shown are definitely not the same. The waves are not to big here but the atmosphere is amazing. You can also walk along the beach to pollock beach about 1.2km away. From the pier you have a great view of the ocean.
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_We***68Kings Beach not the main beach. The only good thing in my opinion is that there is a fun water park near there and on Sundays there are many stalls to visit nearby and buy some crafts. Hobie beach or Pollock Beach would be better options.