Port Elizabeth Airport Transfers
Your private shuttle link between Port Elizabeth Addo Sundays River and Jeffreys Bay, We offer
guests a opportunity to visit the Addo National Elephant Park, Jeffreys Bay's
world famous Surfing Beaches and the Sundays River Valley at a affordable, safe and convenient manner,
You will find this the ideal transfer option if you would like to visit
some of South Africa's Malaria Free Game Reserves and Unspoiled
Beaches in the Eastern Cape.
Est: 2005. All
Vehicles have Legal Road Permits and Passenger Liability
Insurance, Drivers have ProfessionalDriving
Permits for your Safety and Peace of Mind.
One of our friendly drivers will collect
you from the Airport Your Hotel or Guesthouse and transfer you
to any destination in the Eastern Cape.
For Friendly, Professional, Reliable 24/7 Service Call us on 083 6111 003
Port Elizabeth (PE) is not only home to stunning beaches,
interesting museums and award-winning wildlife destinations, but
also some of the friendliest people in the country. It’s no
surprise to visitors that it’s called the “Friendly City”.
Port Elizabeth is a coastal hub in the Eastern Cape where
everything is only a 15-minute drive from the airport.
It’s one of the largest cities in South Africa, lying 770km east
of Cape Town where it forms part of the Nelson Mandela Bay
Metro, which links the city with the inland industrial towns of
Uitenhage and Despatch.
When you want to hit the beach,
Algoa Bay, the coastal strip of Nelson Mandela Bay, is a
40km-stretch of beaches with protected areas for swimming at
Kings Beach, Hobie Beach, Humewood Beach (a world-class, Blue
Flag beach), Pollock Beach and Denville Beach. Fishing, surfing,
scuba diving, snorkelling and sailing are enjoyed at the quieter
spots including Wildside, Sardinia Bay, Blue Horizon Bay,
Bluewater Bay, Beachview and Schoenmakerskop.
interested in culture, you’ve got to check out the Red Location
Museum, a museum in New Brighton Township that portrays “both
the horrors of institutionalised racism and the heroic efforts
of the anti-apartheid movement”.
Then there’s the Donkin
Reserve, where you can enjoy birds, walking paths, an opera
house, a lighthouse and a memorial.
Don’t forget to make
time for the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum and Prince
Alfred's Guard Memorial, both in St George's Park – the oldest
park in Port Elizabeth and home to the St George's Cricket Oval.
Since PE includes Nelson Mandela Bay, it’s also where you
can find Route 67 – a collection of 67 art pieces celebrating
the years Nelson Mandela devoted to public life. It’s a mix of
visual arts, urban design and heritage, showcasing old Victorian
churches and the terraced cottages on Donkin Street, where
massive silver pipes catch the famous winds of Port Elizabeth
and make music. You can also see the lighthouse that once guided
ships into Algoa Bay, now accompanied by an awesome pyramid.
One of the highlights is the large metal cut-out of Nelson
Mandela leading South Africans to vote in the country’s first
democratic election – a moment that South Africans will always
The city is an outdoor-lover’s paradise, so
don’t miss out on boat cruises, scuba diving, and a visit to the
Seaview Predator Park.
When you head into town take a
walk through the Boardwalk Casino and Entertainment Complex,
where shops, restaurants, an amphitheatre and casino will keep
you entertained for hours on end.
Also worth a visit is a
52m tower with 204 steps leading to the top. It’s called the
Campanile Memorial and stands watch over the Port Elizabeth
harbour. Built in 1923, the monument honours the arrival of
British Settlers all the way back in the 1820s.
with history, another gem is No 7 Castle Hill, which was built
not long after the settlers arrived in 1830. This is one of the
oldest surviving settler cottages in the city, complete with a
cobbled courtyard and an operational well, and it shows you what
domestic life was like in the 19th century.
How to get here
The centrally situated Port
Elizabeth Airport is within easy reach from all parts of
the city. Domestic flights connect Port Elizabeth with
larger domestic centres such as Durban, Cape Town and
Johannesburg. The N2 coastal arterial route takes you to
the city by road from Cape Town in the south or Durban
in the north.
Best time to visit
Summer holiday time during
December and January is most popular since the city
comes alive with planned fun-in-the-sun activities.
Beaches are less crowded and the weather is as good just
before or after the high season if crowds are not your
Around the area
The award-winning luxury
Shamwari Game Reserve is the perfect destination for day
visitors from Port Elizabeth to enjoy a game drive.
Tours to do
Addo Elephant National Park; the
cultural hub of Grahamstown; and Jeffreys Bay, famous
for its waves.
Hire a Driver for a day or
Self-drive is recommended.
Length of stay
A long weekend would be
sufficient to explore the beaches, wildlife, places of
cultural interest and golf courses.
Where to stay
A number of classy hotels line
the waterfront; there are five-star game lodges at Addo
and Shamwari; and township guest houses make an
interesting departure from traditional accommodation
Nelson Mandela Bay & Eastern Cape Annual
Friendly City Marathon
Herald Cycle Tour
Splash Festival – Easter weekend
Donkin Downhill Dash
Scifest - Grahamstown
Ironman South Africa
Algoa Bay Yacht Club Sailing Regatta
Spar Ladies Run
Noordhoek Dive Fest
Richmond Hill Music Festival
National Arts Festival – Grahamstown
Kirkwood Wildsfees - Kirkwood
Gamtoos Citrus Festival - Patendie
Biltong Festival – Somerset East
Nelson Mandela Bay City Marathon
PE to Plett Mountain Bike Challenge
Northern Arts Festival
Shell Festival – Jeffreys Bay
Naartjie Festival - Loerie
October Fest (German Club)
Addo Rose Show (Addo)
Start of Ocean Racing Series
World Cup Horse Jumping Qualifier
Uitenhage Street Carnival
Nelson Mandela Bay SA Rugby 7’s
Opening of the Season
New Year’s Eve celebrations
Who to contact for more Info
on Port Elizabeth