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Flight from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town

by flying_dolphin7

Good day Vters,

I need to book ticket from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town in July 2010, is there any cheap flight website that i able to book ticket besides Kulula?

Thnaks for the advise & Help.

Christine

Re: Flight from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town

by Gillybob

Try Mango - http://ww6.flymango.com/ - they certainly offer the route.

Re: Flight from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town

by GitaP

Try www.1time.co.za

Re: Flight from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town

by Gerald_D

The above suggestions are good, and even SAA sometimes offers competitive prices on that route.

Re: Flight from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town

by PierreZA

Hi,
You can get a good idea by checking on flightsite : http://www.flightsite.co.za/
I usually check there, and then compare the best fare with the airline website.

It includes all airlines doing this route.

Re: Flight from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town

by flying_dolphin7

Hey many thanks for the great tips and it was really useful;)

Have a nice day to you all;p

Christine

Travel Tips for Port Elizabeth

PORT ELIZABETH.

by PEE-WEE

Port Elizabeth overlooking Algoa Bay is known as the friendly city with sandy beaches, pleasant parks and a thriving nightlife. Settlers Park includes 54 hectares of cultivated and natural gardens in the valley of the Baakens River, with the emphasis on native plants and flowers attracting many colourful birds. Port Elizabeth is a major water sports venue and hosted the 1995 World Windsurfing Championships. There is a public pool in St Georgeýs Park and a tidal swimming pool at MacArthur Baths on Kings Beach Promenade. It is also a city for animal lovers with dolphins performing at the Oceanarium, a snake park, and even a Horse Monument in town commemorating horses that suffered and died during the Boer War. A reminder of a different, short-lived war is Fort Frederick built in 1799. It was intended to defend the original harbour at the mouth of the river, against the French who wanted to colonise the remote eastern regions of the Cape. They found it was too much trouble and never a shot was fired from here.

Fort Frederick

by ValbyDK

Fort Frederick (named after Frederick, Duke of York) is a stone fort built in 1799 by the British Forces to prevent a possible landing of French soldiers. It was garrisoned until 1862 and there were about 380 soldiers stationed at the fort. Fort Frederick was armed with a few cannons, but there was never fired a single shot in anger from the fort. Fort Frederick was declared a national monument in 1936, PE’s first.

It was free of charge to visit the old fort, but there was not that much to see. A few old cannons, the old brick walls, and a nice view over Algora Bay, the harbour, and the Baakens Valley. OK for a short visit.

Synagogue:Raleigh Street

by PierreZA

This very interesting synagogue has been declared a national monument. Architecture has elements of Art Nouveau and Byzantine styles.
In 1986 it began housing the Jewish Pioneers’ Memorial Museum. The museum doubles as a Jewish information center.

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