Port Elizabeth is a city in South Africa. It is one of the largest cities in the country, and has been nicknamed “The Friendly City” and “The Windy City”, indicating its culture and its climate. Port Elizabeth was originally founded in 1820 to house British settlers in order to strengthen the border region between the Cape Colony and the Xhosa. It is an important sea port in South Africa, exporting such goods as wine, brandy, vinegar, ivory, leather, and barley. Book cheap flights to Port Elizabeth by calling Travel Center UK today! Our team of experienced travel experts is equipped to give you the best deals on cheap flights to Port Elizabeth. Port Elizabeth is located at the end of the picturesque Garden Route along the Cape coast, making it one of the most attractive and one of the most popular tourist destinations in South Africa. The city of Port Elizabeth is served by the Port Elizabeth Airport and we have teamed up with world-class airlines to ensure that you travel in safety and comfort to this exciting destination in South Africa. Contact us today and ask us about cheap flights to Port Elizabeth, and whether you are on business or on holiday to Port Elizabeth, we have flights that match your needs. Book cheap flights to Port Elizabeth over the phone and get personalised service. You will also get specialised services such as finding the cheapest rates owning to price fluctuations and advice on the best time for booking.
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This 5-star safari lodge has wild animals even on its door step! One can get superb views of lions, buffalos, leopards, rhinos and elephants and rarely the magnificent White Lion.
A lighthouse was built in 1861 in memory of the fomer Governor of Cape, Rufane Donkin and his wife Elizabeth. It is after her the city was named. You can also find Port Elizabeth's tourism office here.
This is a heritage site in Port Elizabeth in memory of horses served during Second Boer War. During the conflict Britain brought thousands of horses to SA. It is said that more than 300,000 horses died service the British forces.
This museum exhibits items and information regarding the history of South African Air force. It is divided into three locations with one in Pretoria, the other in Cape Town and at the Port Elizabeth.
Situated adjacent to the harbour city, the bay is 436 metres deep and is a wide inlet along the South African east coast. The bay is bounded by Cape Recife and Cape Padrone.
Opened in 1956 as King George VI art gallery was renamed in 2002 in honour of Nelson Mandela. Th museum has a collecetion of South African art as well as British art, oriental art and international printmaking.
A small reserve within Nelson Mandela Bay, the game park is famous for its cheetah especially the one featured in the movie 'Duma'. The game park was also a part of The Amazing Race Australia.
This is an Apartheid museum designed by South African Archictectural Partnership and has won many awards. The best are the 'memory boxes' exhibiting life story of people or groups.
A bell tower erected to commemorate the landing of British settlers in 1820. From the top, one can get a panoramic view of the city. The 53 metre structure has 204 steps and has the largest carillon of bells in the country.
This is a Portland classical Chinese garden which walled enclosing a full city block. This garden features most of the indigenous plants of China. There are more than 100 different trees, orchids, bamboos, shrubs and many more.