Map of Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape
Port Elizabeth CBD Map - Port Elizabeth detail and street level map showing the locations of suburbs, attractions including the Nelson Mandela Stadium, Hobie and Humewood beaches, St Georges Park and other landmarks of the Port Elizabeth Central Business District. Port Elizabeth is the gateway to the Eastern Cape, its well-equipped airport and harbour linking South Africa with other national and international destinations. To find out more visit Port Elizabeth Information.
If you are interested in overnighting in the area, we can recommend some great hotels, guest houses and self catering establishments. Find them at Port Elizabeth Accommodation. If you're only planning on driving through Port Elizabeth, en-route to another destination, you may want to peruse our Port Elizabeth Restaurants before you leave to see if you should plan a stop here for lunch or maybe just a coffee. Also check out Port Elizabeth Things To Do to see if there are any activities for which you would consider stopping.
Featured Attractions in (or near) Port Elizabeth
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
The Donkin Heritage Trail is named after the Acting Governor of the Cape Colony at the time, Sir Rufane Donkin. South Africans are well acquainted with the history of the 4000 British settlers who arrived by ship and visitors can walk in their footsteps in the Old Hill area of Port Elizabeth. One doesn’t even need ... more information
Like many national monuments, Fort Frederick first appears as little more than a few brick walls, albeit old walls that seem to hold little significance or attraction for visitors. It is only in learning the history behind a building that it takes on a meaning of its own, although in the case of Fort Frederick, it is worth ... more information
One would scarcely expect that, just a few hundred metres from the main road, there are some of Africa’s wildest species, exploring what has become their natural habitat. These species include giraffe, zebra, buffalo, rhino, a large variety of antelope, and even the usually-elusive cheetahs... more information
A 38 metre-long metal silhouette sculpture of a string of people – of all shapes and sizes connected together - forms a work of art known simply as Voting Line. At the end of the queue, close to a group of children, and separate from the line waiting to vote, is a metal cut-out of Nelson Mandela with his fist in the air ... more information
Port Elizabeth Golf Club, which is commonly known as "The Hill", was founded in 1890 and is one of South Africa's oldest golf clubs. Today the place is a hive of activity for its 1 600 members, and the emphasis is placed on good food and entertainment as well as golf. The most significant change in recent ... more information
The Baakens River Valley runs through the heart of Port Elizabeth, and is frequented by picnicking families, bridal couples having beautiful photographs taken and hikers taking in the beauty of the lush surrounds. The entire nature reserve of Settlers Park, situated within ... more information
At Wedgewood Country Club, 18-holes of lush, tree-lined parkland course is at your disposal. Enormous blue gum trees along undulating fairways, while indigenous vegetation and flame-orange aloes bring life to a course reputed to be the best design in the Port Elizabeth region. The golf course is a ... more information
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