Hertz Port Elizabeth Airport Car Hire ideally situated within five minutes drive from the central business district and the beach front hotels and amusement parks. Port Elizabeth airport mainly serves domestic flights and it’s the perfect airport to arrive at, collect your rental car and head to your Beach hotel. The sun drenched beaches of Humewood await you, relax or visit the, Aquarium. By night the Casino and theatre are there to entertain you in the evening. Later in your holiday head north for an hour to the famous Addo Elephant National Park. Have you camera at the ready to capture some of the greatest Elephant shots in Africa as well as herds of other wildlife. Do you need Cheap Flights to get there?
The popular beach front at Humewood beach.
There was a need to strengthen the border region between the Cape Colony and the Xhosa. Settlers migrated into the border area and established the town or Port Elizabeth in 1820. This group was name in history as the 1820 settles. The acting Governor Donkin, of the Cape Colony named it in memory of his late wife Elizabeth.
The Port Elizabeth Airport was officially opened in 1936, it boasting a single runway, one hangar and a concrete apron. It has since undergone several upgrade from 1955 till current times.
Hertz Port Elizabeth Airport Car Hire
Having collected your car hire from Port Elizabeth Airport you can travel westwards to enjoy an 850 km self drive tour along the Garden Route to Cape Town over a few enjoyable days. Perhaps you would rather travel north, through the Tarnskei to the holiday beaches of Durban. Allow 2 or 3 days to enjoy the beauty of the Eastern Cape. Rolling green hills, where local Rondavel huts are painted various bright colours, yellow, green, blue or pink!
The Port Elizabeth Airport is the gate way to the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa
Serving the east coast of South Africa
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