Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha) Guest Lodge Accommodation4.8 - 16 Guest Reviews
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Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha) Reviews
It's an opposite of a hectic life of JHB.
There are many options, variety of beach to to choose from, many shopping malls around.
The sun, sand family and sea. What more can one ask for!
Beach and Boardwalk.
Gqeberha is very quiet and there's a lot you can do as it caters for people who want the busy life as well as people who want peace and quiet. Gqeberha is a beautiful city.
The weather :)
Vibrant diverse city with lots to offer for varied tastes.
Unfortunately it was a business trip, so there was no time for sightseeing or any activities.
More info about Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha)
Port Elizabeth is a beachfront city in the Eastern Cape Province, looking out over the beautiful deep blue Algoa bay. The capital of the Sunshine Coast, it is situated on a glorious unspoilt coastline with magnificent beaches and mountain scenery.
As one of the country’s main cities, it is a major seaport and the second oldest city in South Africa. The Sunshine Coast starts here and stretches 300 kms along the eastern seaboard of South Africa to East London.Three rivers run through Port Elizabeth, the landscape is lush and green.
The British built a stone fort overlooking the bay in 1799. Port Elizabeth was founded soon after in 1820 by British settlers, the town grew around the fort, and there were 100 houses by the1830’s.
The oceanic climate is subtropical with light rain throughout the year. Winters are cool and mild, and summers warm. It is a perfect family holiday destination all year, sunny and temperate... Show more