Port Elizabeth

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One of South Africa's largest cities, Port Elizabeth is a popular beach destination with a wealth of attractions for all interests.

While nearby Addo Elephant National Park is an obvious drawcard and its many beaches require no introduction, the city has a variety of other entertainment options including the gripping Red Location Museum, the beautiful Donkin Reserve, the engaging Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum, the Route 67 art district, the popular Seaview Predator Park, and the bright lights of the Boardwalk Casino & Entertainment Complex.

Historical Donkin Reserve Pyramid and Lighthouse in Port Elizabeth

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Sometimes known as the Windy City or the Friendly City, beachside Port Elizabeth is a popular tourist destination boasting a number of attractions ranging from picturesque beaches to game viewing to family friendly activities.

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