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Bluewater Bay, Port Elizabeth

Bluewater Bay
Bluewater Bay, Port Elizabeth

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Considered one of Port Elizabeth’s northern beaches, Bluewater Bay lies midway between the friendly city of Port Elizabeth and the deep water harbour development at Coega, and is renowned for its fantastic views across Algoa Bay, its miles of white sandy beaches, and the lifestyle that goes hand-in-hand with living in this picturesque little enclave.

Bluewater Bay, divided by the N2 into Bluewater beach on the one side and Bluewater Bay on the other, is also one of the fastest growing residential areas in the city of Port Elizabeth - the demand for homes because of its proximity to Coega making it very popular. Bluewater Bay in particular has become increasingly upmarket not least because of its popularity amongst water sports’ enthusiasts who head here to swim, surf, fish and parasail.

There is great benefit and a special quality to living right next to the Swartkops River and salt pans that are home to simply hundreds of water birds. Bluewater Bay also boasts regular dolphin sightings, walking trails that provide immediate relaxation and a way to get away from it all, and frequent whale visits during whale season.

Bluewater Bay has the added benefit of being close to the Sundays River – a favourite for kayaking and canoeing - regarded as the gateway to the Addo Elephant Park, the only reserve that offers big seven (the big 5 plus whales and sharks) viewing.

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average visitor rating: 4/5"It's very pretty in Bluewater Bay. There is a huge beach and lagoon for the little ones. We had a great time just relaxing. ..." - A Lombard, Wildernis

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Bayworld Museum Complex

The Main Museum of Bayworld blends cultural and natural history. Embark on an exciting journey through time and through the fascinating world around us. Marvel at the diversity of museum displays, from prehistoric dinosaurs to ethnic beadwork as well as a variety of historical treasures that will ... more information

Cape Recife Nature Reserve

Cape Recife Nature Reserve is one of the best bird-watching locations in Port Elizabeth. The Cape Recife Nature Reserve offers beautiful beach, natural dune vegetation of fynbos, rocky outcrops, view birdlife from bird hide, small animals (look out for otters), a 133 year old lighthouse and a World War II military ... more information

Eastern Cape Beaches

The Eastern Cape in South Africa boasts some of the world’s best beaches and 800 km of unspoilt picturesque coastlines where blue oceans tumble onto quiet beaches. The Eastern Cape coastline is a mecca to all water sports enthusiasts and has a popular and thriving surfing culture ... more information

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

Port Elizabeth has a brand new world-class stadium - the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium. The five-tier Nelson Mandela Bay stadium has a seating capacity of 44,000 with an additional 4000 temporary seats available for the 2010 Football World Cup. The eye-catching roof ... more information

St Croix Island Marine Reserve

The St Croix Island Marine Reserve lies in Algoa Bay, a series of three islands (the islands of the cross) just north-east of Port Elizabeth. St Croix and its two sister islets – Jahleel Island and Brenton Rock - are quartzitic outcrops of the Table Mountain Group, almost entirely devoid of soil. They ... more information

Whale Watching in Algoa Bay

Algoa Bay is a major part of the coastline of Nelson Mandela Bay, the main town of which is Port Elizabeth. Every year, thousands of tourists flock to the beaches of this bay to enjoy the warm, safe swimming waters and great weather. The Indian Ocean feeds the coastal alcove and, due to its ... more information

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The Aloe Trail

Where: Bluewater Bay
How much (per person): Price on request

The Aloe Trail begins at Tipper’s Creek Road between Bluewater Bay and Amsterdamhoek suburbs of Port Elizabeth. This trail takes walkers on ... more information

New Brighton Beach

Where: Bluewater Bay
How much (per person): Free

You’ll find the New Brighton Beach just before Bluewater Bay in Port Elizabeth. If you don’t feel like getting your feet wet in the wave ... more information

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