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  • 1. Port Elizabeth Van Rental

    Address: Vans 125 Albert Road Walmer, Port Elizabeth

    Phone: 27 41 5812258

    Port Elizabeth Van Rental

  • 2. Port Elizabeth Airport

    Address: Port Elizabeth Airport Alistair Miller Drive, Walmer

    Phone: 27 41 501 7200

    Port Elizabeth Airport

  • 3. Port Elizabeth Dt

    Address: Greenacres Cnr Newmarket And Ring Rd, Port Elizabeth

    Phone: 27 41 363 3014

    Port Elizabeth Dt

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Port Elizabeth Car Rental

Characterized by its beautiful beaches, Port Elizabeth’s coastline stretches for about 40 kms. Resplendent with water sports and whales alike, it is a traveller’s delight.

Explore Port Elizabeth

Sporting the Big 7 and not just the Big 5, Port Elizabeth’s game reserves are also malaria free. Compared to other cities of South Africa, traffic is almost non-existent making it a delightful drive destination. If this isn’t enough, Port Elizabeth is home to 3 blue flag beaches - Kings Beach, Hobie Beach and Humewood Beach making it an ideal getaway from the bustling cities.

However, it is not all water and beach here, Port Elizabeth is packed with culture and arts. It houses the only active Victorian Opera House - PE Opera House, where you can enjoy a ballet performance or play. Catch a rugby game at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, explore street art at Baakens Valley, drive through Central to admire some Victorian architectural masterpieces, sample coffee at the oldest and most established coffee roaster in South Africa.

Beyond Port Elizabeth

At Addo Elephant National Park, home is where the elephant is. 72 kms north of Port Elizabeth, witness true African safari with more than 600 elephants in addition to Cape buffalo, black rhinos, lions, leopards, zebras, spotted hyenas, numerous antelope, and more than 185 species of birds. Go on hiking trails and horseback riding while here.

Kragga Kamma Game Park lies under 30 minutes’ drive from Port Elizabeth and boasts of a stately array of fauna like white rhino, buffalo, giraffe, zebra, and monkeys.

Head to Cape Recife Nature Reserve for a slice of unspoilt beach with an 1851 lighthouse and tidal pools. Hike along the 9km trail or stop by the South African Marine Rehabilitation and Education Centre (SAMREC) within the reserve.