Poseidon Lodge

22 Poseidon Crescent, Bluewater Beach, Port Elizabeth, 6210, South Africa
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Kragga Kamma Game Park

by baberuth

Hello - has anyone been to Kragga Kamma Game Park? The web site says it is 15 mintues from PE airport, and the prices sound very reasonable for accomodation. We are visiting relatives in PE for a few days, having been to PE 4 times already and thought this might be a nice place to stay. Any info would be great, Thanks. Ruth

RE: Kragga Kamma Game Park

by Gerald_D

15 minutes from PE airport can't be out of suburbia yet?

RE: RE: Kragga Kamma Game Park

by baberuth

I know, 15 minutes away seems to close to be out of the city. That is why I'm wondering if anyone has been there. Ruth

RE: Kragga Kamma Game Park

by Gerald_D

I googled "kragga kamma blog" and it looks like everyone (including the Dutch) had only positive things to say about it.

RE: RE: Kragga Kamma Game Park

by baberuth

I agree Gerald, I also read the reviews - but I still can't believe it is 15 minutes from the airport. Do you live in PE? Could you tell anything about the location from the web site? Thanks - Ruth

RE: RE: Kragga Kamma Game Park

by Gerald_D

I don't live in PE and we mostly drive past it as fast as possible with our eyes closed. :-)

From a map on their website, they are to the west of the city, south of the N2.

I suppose at 4am one can cover 20km in 15 min if all the lights are green......

RE: RE: Kragga Kamma Game Park

by baberuth

I agree about PE, Gerald - the problem is we have relatives there and have had to visit 4 times already and have just about exhausted any interesting activities in the area. Unfortunately it is during Matrik(sp?) exams that we are visiting so they need to be in town. While I am sure this Kragga Kamma Game Park is nowhere near the real thing, coming from the states sitting about anywhere with game is novel for us! We certainly will not consider it the ultimate in game viewing! Thanks - Ruth

Travel Tips for Port Elizabeth

BEACHES

by PEE-WEE

Algoa Bay boasts 40 km of magnificent beaches and, with its perfect combination of warm water, calm sea and fair breezes, it is one of the best sailing venues in the world, and a mecca for all beach and watersports enthusiasts.

The Southern Beaches offer safe and sheltered swimming, body surfing, sunbathing, boardsailing, excellent waves and surfing opportunities as well as interesting inter-tidal sealife while the Northern Beaches offer vast stretches of sand and dunes ideal for long beach walks as well as providing superb angling and swimming opportunities.

Ron Belling Art Museum/Gallery

by mvtouring

Houses a permanent exhibition of the late artist's outstanding aviation paintings. Ron Belling achieved the distinction of being appointed the first Official War Artist to the South African Air Force. His subsequent work gave him international recognition. Many of the paintings are set against the backdrop of the early and now much changed urban landscape of Port Elizabeth.
Closed 2nd Saturday, Sunday and Monday of each month.

A Very Friendly City

by PierreZA

"A wonderful city, with a small town feel"

Port Elizabeth (PE) is a city with origin of British Settlers. They arrived in 1820. Sir Rufane Donkin and his wife Lady Elizabeth could be called the founders of this very nice place. At that stage it was uninhabited. The city lies in Algoa Bay. Bartholomeus Diaz, the Portugese explorer passed here long before the city was born. He planted a cross some kilometres from where PE (as it is known) actually developed.
There are many reminders of its British roots, places like South End, Norh End, Kensington, Holland Park etc.
Although not the capital, it is by far the biggest city in the Eastern Cape, and the 5th biggest city in South Africa.
Port Elizabeth can also serve as the gateway to the Garden Route. There are many daytrips from PE, example The Addo Elephant Park, Jeffreys Bay,
Baviaanskloof etc.
A easy city to live in, and one I will always return to.

"Helpful websites"

www.iloveportelizabeth.com
www.gardenroute.co.za
www.portelizabeth.co.za

"Related pages"

The following pages might be helpful in relation to Port Elizabeth:
Tsitsikamma National Park (2007)
Addo Elephant Naional Park (2008)
Eastern Cape Province (2008)

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