This friendly city truly does pull out all the stops when it comes to keeping its visitors entertained, loving and chilled life. With no reason to rush and endless days of sunshine, here are the best attractions of Port Elizabeth.
St Croix Island Marine Reserve
This little, rocky Island of St Croix is a vital marine reserve as it is house to the biggest breeding colony of African penguins in the planet. These distinct black-and-white birds are just found along the Southwestern coast of Africa, and, with quickly dwindling numbers, are listed as an endangered species. A boat charter is required to get to the island, while the surrounding waters are rich in marine life and a famous scuba diving place.
Blue Flag beaches
Blue Flag status is an international accolade awarded beaches that meet strict water standard, environmental and security criteria, and the best news is that Port Elizabeth currently has three. Hobie Beach, King Beach, and Humewood Beach all hold this wonderful honour, as well as sandy, clean shores where visitors can stretch out and work on their tan.
St George's Park
So much more than only a park, this leafy and green recreational and sports facility is the 6th oldest crick ground in the planet, housing a cricket stadium, walking paths to meander along, swimming pool and a best scattering of hungry ducks.
The distance of Cape town to Port Elizabeth flight is 645 kilometers.
The average Cape Town to Port Elizabeth flight time is an hour and fifteen minutes.
There are thirty-two direct flights from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth.
Safari provides forty-three percent of the non-stop flights between Port Elizabeth and Cape Town.
Generally the excellent time to book Cape Town to Port Elizabeth flights is 2 months in advance. And the cheap days to fly are Wednesday, Tuesday, and Saturdays. Sunday is the most costly.
• Twelve flights depart from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth on average per day.
• Morning - fifty percent of flight departures
• Afternoon - fifty percent of flight departures