A walking city tour through the inner city of one of the oldest cities in South Africa. Our city tours start from the Campanile Memorial - an important landmark situated at the entrance to the railway station.We then proceed to follow route 67 - an exciting trail that combines the best elements – both historical and modern-day – of the people and culture of the Eastern Cape. It also pays tribute to Madiba’s 67 years of service to South Africans. The tour also includes a visit to the Donkin Reserve at Belmont Terrace and the old lighthouse. Here you will find yourself surrounded by a mix of exquisite old Victorian churches; newly renovated, terraced cottages on Donkin Street; and a lighthouse that once guided ships into Algoa Bay, today it provides a panoramic view of the city. Other attractions include: Fort Frederick, City Hall, Market Square, the city library and St Georges park, the oldest cricket ground in South Africa. Be sure to get a picture next to a large metal cut-out of Nelson Mandela, fist raised in triumph, leading a line of South Africans representing the voters who cast their ballots in the country's first democratic elections on 27 April 1994.Itinerary
Pick up & drop off from any location in Port Elizabeth & guided walking tour.
Meals and refreshments