The city is known for its abundant birdlife, and local experts from the Eastern Cape Wild Bird Society may be contackted for information.
A 366ha reserve featuring a 9km circular walking trail through beatiful unspoilt beaches, natural dune vegetation and rocky outcrops.
A proclaimed open space in the city with a stone parymid monument at its centre, inaugurated by Sir Rufane Donkin in honour of his wife Elizabeth the city's eponym.
Fresh, surf and deep-sea angling opportunities are plentiful along the beautiful Algoa Bay coastline.
A children's paradise where farm life can be experience first-hand. Pony rides, playgrounds and a delightful tea garden and tuckshop in a picturesque country setting.
A 127ha reserve comprising dense indigenous coastal forest, abundant birdlife, nature trails, an old road leading to lead mines and the famous giant Maitland sand dunes.
Port Elizabeth offers pleasant walks within city limits. Well-marked trails can be self-guided or accompanied by expert trail guides.
A 8km trail through the Schoemakers-Sardinia Nature Reserve affording wonderful scenery.
Self-drive game viewing, night game drives and camping.
The city's oldest park, incorporating the Port Elizabet Cricket Club, the St George's Swimming Bath etc.
500ha of indigenous flora can be explored.