The are many great hiking spots in Port Elizabeth some with dense forest and others open hikes with the ocean to your side. Below are some of our favourites.
The Light House
Hike along a picturesque beach with natural dune vegetation to your right and rocky untouched ocean to the left. The lighthouse was build in 1851 and was an old military outpost.
Enjoy a day out at the Island Nature Reserve in Seaview where you could braai and picnic with family and friends not forgetting a hike in one of the few dense forest like hiking trails.
Van Stadens Nature Reserve
See our national flower the Proteas in all its beauty along with many other indigenousness plants and flowers.
You may not be able to climb everest but at atleast you can say you’ve climbed the great mailtand dune. There are many options when coming down such as rolling, running, sliding or sand boarding.
Nature at its best.. Untouched beaches and a lot of other interesting stuff to see along the way. You can do this one one horse back too.
Places to eat
This is eat
Feeling for something fish? Then this is eat! Experience the harbour while enjoying your favorite seafood dish.
You’ll be spoilt with choice with the big menu. Start your day with eggs and sausages or end the night with a toased steak special.
Fish or Steak? Try both and you decide!
Coffee and cake or trimizinni and passion fruit? Enjoy your meal with a view of the harbour. Free coeksister with your coffee on Sundays.
Authentic asian cuisine made by asians 🙂 Try the Taj Mahal at Bay West shopping centre
Things to see
South end Museum
Stuff to do
Africas longest double zip line
Bay West Shopping Centre
Sunday beach flee market