ADDO ELEPHANT NATIONAL PARK
A sanctuary to over 450 elephants, Cape Buffalo, a variety of Antelope, many other animal species and the unique flightless Dung Beetle, found almost exclusively in Addo. We are about 40km away.
PORT ELIZABETH (THE FRIENDLY CITY)
A major sea port and tourist destination set along the beautiful shores of Algoa Bay and is fondly referred to as “The Friendly City”. Spend the day exploring the historical sites, shop till you drop at one of many modern shopping malls or simply laze the day away on the beach.
JEFFREYS BAY (SURFING MECCA)
The surfing mecca of the world which is 65 km away. Dolphins swimming in the surf are almost a daily occurance. Whales play in the bay between July and October.
BOARDWALK CASINO AND ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEX
The Boardwalk Casino & Entertainment World is a complete entertainment destination located on the Port Elizabeth Beach front in the exclusive suburb of Summerstrand. The casino has 802 slot machines and 21 casino tables. The complex includes a convention centre, a sports café and an extensive retail component dynamically integrated around a man-made lake offering a choice of restaurants, specialty shops, a cinema, an amphitheatre and children’s entertainment facilities.
SCHOTIA SAFARIS (BIG 5 VIEWING)
This malaria free reserve is probably the most densely stocked reserve in Africa, and with over 40 mammal species and approximately 2000 animals, can offer consistently good game viewing throughout the year. Schotia was the first reserve in the Cape Province to have free roaming lions and we can almost guarantee sightings of these magnificent animals on every Tooth & Claw game drive.
VOLKSWAGEN OF SOUTH AFRICA
Volkswagen of South Africa’s high-tech, interactive expo and heritage centre takes you on a full throttle journey from concept to classic, laser to legend, with the cars that defined the past and inspire the future.
The multi-million rand attraction is unique as it is the only automobile discovery centre on the continent and only the fifth worldwide.
The AutoPavilion, Place of Cars and Legends, first opened doors in 2004, the result of a need for a modern, state- of-the art heritage centre to replace the existing museum that housed the Company’s old vehicles.