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Port Elizabeth

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With long stretches of pristine beaches to be enjoyed, PE is known as the water sports capital of South Africa.

One can enjoy both adventure and culture with activities ranging from skydiving, sandboarding, scuba diving and whale watching to visits to the Red Location Apartheid Museum, Human Dignity Centre, art museum and township tours. Of course, there’s nothing like just kicking back and tapping your toes to live jazz in a shebeen too.

The Oceanarium and Bayworld have also been renovated recently so now offer even better visits.

Port Elizabeth is the only city in world that Nelson Mandela has chosen to bestow his name on. The Route 67 Art Walk symbolises his 67 years of dedication to the freedom of South Africa.

Zwartkops River lies 20km from Port Elizabeth and is connected to the city by a train line. The small village of Redhouse lies on the banks of the Zwartkops River Valley, next to a township. It’s quiet, safe, has no shop or any other business rights besides another guest house, yacht club, church, school and rowing club.
Positioned between PE and ADDO in one of the most bio diverse regions in the world, they are situated on a tidal salt water estuary, surrounded by wetlands, and a real birdlife sanctuary.