Port Elizabeth Activities

  • More InfoUpdated: 11 months ago
    This circular trail of about 7 km starts at Sappershoek which is at the eastern end of the seaside village of Schoemakerskop.
    • Hiking Trails
  • More InfoUpdated: 8 months ago
    Humewood Golf Club
    • Port Elizabeth
    Found in the coastal city of Port Elizabeth, the golf course is a genuine seaside links, with wide and undulating fairways, fast greens and thick coastal bush. A round is a must for any golfer visiting the 'Friendly City' of Port...
    • Golf
  • More InfoUpdated: 3 months ago
    The Sundays River Ferry - River Cruises
    • Port Elizabeth
    • Greater Addo Elephant Park
    Just a short drive from Port Elizabeth on the N2 towards Grahamstown lies the village of Cannonville. Situated on the estuary of the scenic Sundays River at the southern gate to the Addo Elephant National Park with its...
    • Sea & River Cruises
  • More InfoUpdated: August 2015
    Relax. soothe. Heal. Life can be challenging. We never seem to have enough time to do the things we need to do. 21st century living can leave you feeling exhausted both physically and emotionally. Take time out to relax, be...
    • Health & Wellness
  • More InfoUpdated: 1 month ago
    Raggy Charters is currently the only licensed boat-based whale & dolphin watching permit holder for Algoa Bay. Southern Right and Humpback whales are usually seen from June until December. Bryde’s and Minke whales can be seen...
    • Sea & River Cruises
    • Tours
  • More InfoUpdated: April 2015
    This trail starts at the Third Avenue dip in Newton Park and follows the Baakens River down to Settlers Park and Brickmakers Kloof. It can also be done starting at the bottom and walking up or shortened by starting at Settlers...
    • Hiking Trails
  • More InfoUpdated: 10 months ago
    The Nelson Mandela Bay Pass, a smartcard access card, provides you with free admission to a variety of attractions and activities in Nelson Mandela Bay. This includes amongst others museums, game reserves, scuba diving, art...
    • Activity Lists
  • More InfoUpdated: 11 months ago
    Blue Horizon Bay 34 km from PE lies comfortably between Port Elizabeth and Jeffreys Bay, a seaside hamlet that offers beautiful sandy beaches, and scenery to match.
    • Beaches
  • More InfoUpdated: 11 months ago
    King's Beach is by way of being Port Elizabeth's flagship beach, being the closest to the heart of the city as well as the best known to visitors.
    • Beaches
  • More InfoUpdated: June 2015
    Pumba Private Game Reserve
    • Greater Addo Elephant Park
    Awaken your soul and escape to the wild and magical African Safari destination that is Pumba Private Game Reserve. This hidden gem offers the ultimate in African Safari luxury in a malaria-free environment
    • Reserves & Conservation
  • More InfoUpdated: April 2015
    This reserve offers two hiking trails, the one a 4 km walk through fynbos and the other a 6km walk through forest, both leading to the gorge of the Van Stadens River.
    • Hiking Trails
  • More InfoUpdated: April 2015
    This 8 km walk which takes 3-4 hours starts at the entrance gate to the Cape Receife Nature Reserve (where there are ablutions).
    • Hiking Trails
  • More InfoUpdated: April 2015
    The reserve covers 150 ha and was established in 1975. There are three trails in the reserve which can be walked in various combinations.
    • Hiking Trails
  • More InfoUpdated: 11 months ago
    Aloe Hiking Trail
    • Port Elizabeth
    The Aloe trail comprises two trails: one of 2 km, marked with yellow arrows, and a longer one of 7 km (3 hours), marked with red arrows. Both start at a gate at the top of Tippers Creek Road, between Amsterdamhoek and Bluewater...
    • Hiking Trails
  • More InfoUpdated: April 2015
    The walk starts near the cannon at the west end of Schoenmakerskop and follows the coast to Sardinia Bay, returning via bridle-tracks and a path along the top of the vegetated dunes.
    • Hiking Trails
  • More InfoUpdated: 1 month ago
    The Port Elizabeth Golf Course is conveniently situated in the heart of the city, along Westview Drive, Mill Park, the long-standing Port Elizabeth Golf Club offers an outstanding golf course and first class facilities. Having...
    • Golf
  • More InfoUpdated: 1 week ago
    Humewood Beach
    • Port Elizabeth
    Humewood Beach is South Africa’s oldest blue flag beach and situated between Kings Beach and Hobie Beach along the main beachfront.
    • Beaches
  • More InfoUpdated: April 2015
    The South African Marine Rehabilitation and Education Centre (SAMREC) is situated at the entrance to the Cape Recife Reserve . Our mission is to rehabilitate marine birds and then to release them. In addition we offer...
    • Reserves & Conservation
  • More InfoUpdated: 11 months ago
    Maitland Beach is a huge beach in the outskirts of the Port Elizabeth metro with spectacular sand dunes, popular with sand boarders, and miles of sandy beach stretching away towards Jeffreys Bay.
    • Beaches
  • More InfoUpdated: 7 months ago
    Alan Tours
    • Port Elizabeth
    ALAN TOURS, based in the fun filled, coastal Holiday City of Port Elizabeth on the Sunshine Coast, close to the world famous Addo Elephant National Park in the Eastern Cape is proud to promote South Africa, home to the Big 5 and...
    • Tours
  • More InfoUpdated: 11 months ago
    A raised coastal walkway made of recycled plastic has been introduced between Pollok Beach and Flat Rocks. It is known as the Humpback Dolphin Trail. The 2,3-kilometre trail provides the hiker with magnificent seaviews and lots...
    • Hiking Trails

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Port Elizabeth Area Climate

Port Elizabeth has been voted as having one of the best climates in the world, due to its pleasant conditions all year round. With an elevation of 60 metres above sea level, Port Elizabeth is located along the extensive South African coastline, and has the warm waters of the Indian Ocean lapping at its shores. As such, its climate is classified as being sub-tropical.

A sub-tropical climate is hot and slightly humid, but not quite as dramatically so as a tropical zone. Winters are generally cool to cold, but never present snow or frost. In Port Elizabeth, rainfall occurs all year round, but is slightly heavier and more frequent during the winter months.