Things To Do in Noordhoek, Eastern Cape

Noordhoek is situated in Port Elizabeth, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Crossroads Reef

Where? Noordhoek
For one of the most interesting deep dives (ranging from 16 to 28 meters), get to Crossroads, just out from Noordhoek in Port Elizabeth. Crossroads can be distinguished by its deep gullies that cross over each ...

Diving at Avalanche Reef

Where? Noordhoek
Just off the Wildside in Noordhoek, Port Elizabeth you will come across Avalanche, a popular dive site featuring overhangs and profound crevices. This rough reef has a length of 150 to 200 meters and reaches ...

Diving at Chelsea

Where? Noordhoek
Taking a trip out to the popular diving spot, Chelsea in Noordhoek, Port Elizabeth, is well worth it. Rays lie in the sand waiting for a tasty treat while sharks patrol the area well away from the divers. ...

Diving At Gasmic Gorge

Where? Noordhoek
Gasmic Gorge is situated off of Noordhoek in Port Elizabeth and is well known for its 30 meter long gorge that is roughly 4 meters wide. The Gorge floor is sandy with coral shale and the walls on each side ...

Explore Suicide Reef

Where? Noordhoek
Explore the caves, overhangs and numerous drop offs of Suicide Reef, Just off of Noordhoek in Port Elizabeth. On a calm day this is an ideal spot, popular amongst spear fishermen. Reaching depths of up to ...

Heavenly Stables Adventure Beach Trails

Where? Sardinia Bay
The exquisite expanses of the Sardinia Bay Beach are the backdrop and adventure hotspot for those making use of Heavenly Stables. This stable is situated within close proximity to the Sardinia Bay Reserve, ...

The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum

Where? Port Elizabeth
The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum (formerly the King George VI Art Gallery) was opened on 22 June 1956 and renamed in December 2002. The collections are housed in two buildings framing the entrance to ...

Dive Scotsman's Reef

Where? Noordhoek, Port Elizabeth
If you are looking for an adventurous dive and a fantastic place to get some phenomenal photographs then look no further. Scotsman’s Reef (aptly named after the large fish often seen by divers in the area) is ...

Como Caffe

Where? Walmer
For a little piece of New York in the hub of Port Elizabeth, Como Caffé oozes all of the charm of New York City’s Little Italy. This café is modern and trendy, but every bit as inviting and cosy as mama’s ...

Penguin Patrol with Raggy Charters

Where? Port Elizabeth
African penguins are an endangered species, having suffered major declines in numbers in the last decade. But, the largest breeding colony of these entertaining marine birds can still be found at St Croix ...

Café Ruwach Art & Craft Gallery

Where? Richmond Hill
Café Ruwach in Port Elizabeth is unique in many ways, not least of all its menu and ambience. It can scarcely be categorised as any one type of eatery, as the menu is diverse; with influences from all over the ...

99 on Cape and Little Zorbas

Where? Mill Park
At 99 on Cape and Little Zorbas, located in the same restored home on Cape Road in Mill Park, we are committed to providing patrons with delicious meals. However, we know that the restaurant experience is not ...

Isango Gate

Where? Summerstrand
Located in the lovely area of Summerstrand, close to the ocean, the elegant Isango Gate Boutique Hotel houses The Pendu Penda Restaurant, meaning ‘together in our house’ in Shana. Guests are treated to ...

The Coffee Society

Where? Lorraine
Coffee Society is a little meeting spot that has become quite the favourite amongst locals. It is comfortable and inviting. The coffee is good and the menu has a number of light meals and sweet delights. It is ...

Elephant Walk Restaurant

Where? Seaview
In the green, leafy suburb of Colleen Glen, on Cow’s Corner, is the Elephant Walk Restaurant Village. This has become an institution, having been an old favourite in Port Elizabeth for decades. However, over ...

Kipling's Brasserie

Where? Summerstrand
Kipling’s Brasserie is the signature restaurant for the new 5-star Boardwalk Hotel and Spa, and is just as enticing and elegant as the hotel. It is spacious without feeling cold; and intimate without being ...

Nosh Restaurant

Where? Richmond Hill
With a vintage old home setting giving Nosh a delicious atmosphere, chef-patron Alan Fryer is perfectly poised to impress with his culinary savoir faire. Expect to be blown away by melt-in-your-mouth meat, ...

King's Beach

Where? Humewood
Port Elizabeth boasts a number of fabulous swimming beaches. Kings Beach is the largest and one of the most beautiful, as it is characterised by a 2 kilometre long stretch of flat sandy coastline with rolling ...

Off-Camber 4x4 Trail

Where? Van Stadens
Experience the pristine beauty of the Eastern Cape Province just 40 kilometres outside of Port Elizabeth on the Off-Camber 4x4 Trail. This route is situated in the undeniable splendour of the Elandsriver ...

Old Port Captain's House Restaurant

Where? Humewood
Teetering over the main road that transports one to the beautiful beaches of Port Elizabeth, the Old Port Captain’s House boasts magnificent views of the harbour and the ocean beyond. The rustic style of ...

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