Welcome to the Friendly City of Port Elizabeth. Founded as a small town in 1820 by British settlers, this is the second oldest city in South Africa. Now known as Nelson Mandela bay, this city revolves around the ocean and is overflowing with interesting history, beautiful scenery and serene beaches.
When you think of South Africa it’s all about the here and now, but why don’t you turn back the clock millions of years and see South Africa for what it was, the birthplace of mankind and treasure trove of fossilised history.
Everyone’s granny has a secret milk tart recipe and it is one of South Africa’s most beloved sweet treats with an afternoon cup of tea. You will thank us later I promise, your friends and family will be truly impressed with this truly South African goodie.
While catching a wave or diving into the surf is always on the cards in South Africa, sometimes you just want to take it slow. Here’s our top 10 list for tidal pools along the South African coastline, from Durban all the way to Cape Town.
You’re relaxing, digging your toes in the sand, lying on a pristine Durban beach. Your tummy rumbles. Your sweet tooth tingles. How do you find satisfaction? Kick it Durban style and dig in to some Masala Pineapple. It’s sweet. It’s spicy. It’s too delicious.
Cities by the sea are always the best kind, and Durban is no exception. This coastal city in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province and is known for its colourful African and Indian influences, sun-kissed beaches and friendly people.
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