Port Elizabeth is a vibrant metropolis on Algoa Bay in South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province. It has countless tourist attractions that hold a special place in the hearts of travellers. Furthermore, exciting activities add more value to one’s experiences. Understanding this, we have listed some amazing things-to-do below.

Go on the Donkin Heritage Trail

The Donkin Heritage Trail connects 51 places of historical interest in the old Hill area of central Port Elizabeth. This self-guided walking tour allows people to appreciate the incredible architecture at their own pace. One also learns about the monuments and the overall region from information boards. The Donkin Heritage Trail experience will be both fun-packed and educative for participants!

Turn Foodie at the Hacklewood Restaurant

Hacklewood Restaurant is a fine dining eating venue of an excellent hotel called ‘Hacklewood Hill Country House’. This award-winning restaurant serves an impressive assortment of cordon bleu dishes. Along with delectable dinners, English breakfasts, and light lunches, the restaurant also offers High Teas. In the Hacklewood wine cellar, guests can check out an extraordinary collection of imported white wines, champagnes, and a rare group of vintage reds.

Explore African Wildlife in the Kragga Kamma Game Park

An animal-friendly park where no hunting activity is permitted, the Kragga Kamma Game Park has grabbed the attention of tourists and locals alike. Animals such as white-rhino, cheetah, zebra, nyala, and giraffe can be spotted at this location. To watch the wild creatures from close quarters, visitors can opt for a 2-hour guided tour in an open Land rover with a knowledgeable guide. Personal vehicles are also allowed.

Watch Matches at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, a 46000-seater stadium, was built to conduct eight games during the FIFA World Cup of 2010. Designed to depict ‘King Protea’, South Africa’s national flower, the stadium hosts a number of nail-biting matches throughout the year! Sports enthusiasts should watch at least one match here as the experience is so enthralling that many people come back again and again.

Enjoy the Sea Waters at King’s Beach

King’s Beach is a clean, safe, and environmentally-friendly beach with picturesque scenery. It is well-known for its pleasantly warm waters and proximity to essential amenities. Swimming and bodysurfing are quite popular at this beach. There are changing rooms, toilets, and other facilities as well. There’s a parking area too! On weekdays, professional lifeguards patrol the area and on weekends, there are qualified volunteers as well.