Port Elizabeth: os melhores parques
“A lovely walk along the coastline. This trail was named after the wreck of the Sacramento sailing ship. A combination of rocky shores and sandy beaches and beautiful places to swim. A short 5minute drive from our property.”
Outros "Vida ao Ar Livre"
“Our breathtaking coastline is part of a nature reserve where we protect and preserve our marine life. SANCCOB is Port Elizabeth's marine bird rehabilitation and education centre situated in the Cape Recife Nature Reserve. The centre's purpose isn't just to rescue and rehabilitate, but to also inform and educate the public through their different programs. We recommend visiting this center and supporting their efforts to protect our coastline for future generations, they do amazing work and once in afew months you can get to experience penguin releases, where they release the penguins back to their natural habitat, it is heart warming.”
“The Baakens valley nature walk is a great outing for guests to do that is close by, only a 5min walk from the accommodation. This walk should be done during the day and in groups of 4 or more for safety reasons.”
“Designed for children and adults alike, Happy Valley is ideal for family strolls in pleasant surroundings and offers a delightful fairy-tail and nursery rhyme setting of colored lights in the evenings. There are lily ponds, rockeries, gigantic palms and peaceful retreats in which to sit. A large chessboard has been laid out in the valley on the lawn and visitors interested in playing the game may acquire the chess pieces from the Beach Manager's Office.”
“This is a wonderful coastal trail - approx 8km long from Schoenmakerskop to Sardinia Bay. It's absolutely gorgeous and you can see the Wreck of Sacremento. ”
“Seaview Predator Park is a privately owned, 120-hectare animal park, overlooking the sea in the beautiful area of Seaview, just west of Port Elizabeth.”