Cheap Flights to Port Elizabeth
View and compare cheap flights to Port Elizabeth, South Africa’s Friendly City. Compare prices and book from wherever you are in the world saving you time and money. There are regular daily flights to Port Elizabeth departing from Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. From Port Elizabeth, there is also a short flight to East London. Booking your cheap flight, in advance, online will save you both time and money. Booking at the last minute will always cost you more. The CBD is situated a mere five minutes drive from Port Elizabeth Airport. Flights to Polokwane are available via Johannesburg
Book your economy car hire in advance and collect it on arrival… You can also have it delivered to your hotel a day or two later. However, do book your car hire in advance online and avoid disappointment. Advance booking will ensure that the depot remains open until your arrival. Smaller airports only remain open until the last delivery for the evening. Car hire collection is only available 24/7 at the main airports Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban.
Port Elizabeth, also known as PE, lies 770km east of Cape Town and 900 km south of Durban. Whether you are an international traveller from Britain, France or Germany or a South African tourist, PE has something for everyone.
Blue Flag Beaches
The nearby beachfront offers sun worshippers a choice of three beaches, including the oldest Blue Flag beach in the country, Humewood Beach. Beachfront attractions such as the casino and aquarium are but a stone’s throw away.
The warm Blue Flag beaches of Port Elizabeth have always been a big allure for travellers from as far afield as Europe & Britain. They enjoy miles of sandy beaches lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, the theatre, the casino and many other attractions. Not to be forgotten the Addo Elephant Park just north of the city offering wildlife safaris in a Malaria free environment.
Addo Elephant Park
The world-renowned Addo Elephant Park is situated in the Malaria free Sundays River Valley only 40km from Port Elizabeth. The park is home to the Big Five, most notably 450 elephants as well as buffalo, black rhino, eland and warthog.
Port Elizabeth is the perfect place to start a road trip for self-drive touring. Driving south on the N2 will take you past the world famous surfing mecca of Jeffrey’s Bay. The highest commercial bungee jump in the world, the Bloukrans Bridge is further south near Nature’s Valley. Travel along the Garden Route and end your journey in Cape Town. One could also opt to go north and see the beauty of the Eastern Cape on your way to Durban.
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