Kragga Kamma Game Park



Lush coastal forest and grassland is home to vast herds of African game, including White Rhino, Buffalo, Cheetah, Giraffe, Zebra, Nyala, Bontebok, Lechwe and many more species. All the animals roam freely and unrestricted in natural surroundings. This owner operated animal-friendly park, where no hunting or other disturbance of the game is permitted, means that you always get close up views and great photo opportunities.

This is the easiest and most accessible game viewing from Port Elizabeth, being less than 30 minutes from your guest house. Enjoy a walk on a raised platform through the coastal forest, and pet a tame cheetah if you wish! This is an excellent value game viewing experience.

Cost:R850 (2018) / R900 (2019) per person (min two guests)
R750 (2018) / R800 (2019) per person (4 – 7 guests)
R650 (2018) / R700 (2019) per person (8 or more guests)

Included:
Pick up and drop off
Entry fees
Professional tour guide / driver
Duration:
Half day

Township Tour



Every town and city in South Africa has a township surrounding it. More than half of the country’s urban population resides in these townships. This is where you see real local custom and culture!

Township residents welcome tourists into their area, as they understand the benefit to the community as a result. We learn more about apartheid history, and the resilience and determination of the people to overcome oppression.

A highlight of the tour is a visit to the award winning Red Location Museum. Among many exhibits, one can find original memoirs written by Nelson Mandela’s Hand whilst on Robben Island.

Cost:R510 (2018) / R550 (2019) per person (min two guests)
R430 (2018) / R450 (2019) per person (4 – 7 guests)
R390 (2018) / R400 (2019) per person (8 or more guests)
Included:
Collection and drop off
Professional tour guide
Entry fees 
Duration:
3 hours

Rick Jones (Canada) – rickjones205@yahoo.com

Dear Mark I really appreciate that you did the city tour over for my benefit, thank you very much. We all had an amazing tour, which was made better by your cheerful demeanour and great sense of humour!

Addo Elephant National Park



Now the third largest national park in South Africa, Addo Elephant National Park has expanded to conserve a wide diversity of biodiversity, landscapes, fauna and flora. Stretching from the semi-arid Karoo area in the north around Darlington Dam, over the rugged Zuurberg Mountains, through the Sundays River valley and south to the coast between Sundays River mouth and Bushman’s river mouth, Addo covers about 180 000 hectares (444 700 acres) and includes the Bird and St Croix Island groups.

The original elephant section of the park was proclaimed in 1931, when only sixteen elephants remained in the area. Today this finely tuned ecosystem is sanctuary to over 550 elephants, lions, buffalo, black rhino, spotted hyena, leopard, a variety of antelope and zebra species, as well as the unique Addo flightless dung beetle, found almost exclusively in Addo.

An hour’s drive finds us in the Addo Rest Camp, where guests may collect refreshments to take along on an extensive game drive through the reserve with a qualified nature guide. An option is to take advantage of one of the reserve’s open game viewing vehicles at an added cost of R250.

Cost:R1650 (2018) / R1750 (2019) per person (min two guests)
R1450 (2018) / R1550 (2019) per person (4 – 7 guests)
R1300 (2018) / R1400 (2019) per person (8 or more guests)
Included:
Collection and drop off
Entry fees
Professional guide
Picnic lunch
Duration:
Full day

City Tour


Learn more about buildings and architecture, schooling and health systems, industry, ecology and nature and more, in this comprehensive tour. All tours are conducted by Port Elizabeth specialists, Africa4real Tourism Services. 

  • How was P.E. named? The answer is not as obvious as one might believe!
  • How, when and why did P.E. begin?
  • How were 4 000 British Settlers mislead into settling here?
  • Why is P.E. known as “The Detroit of Africa”?

Africa4real is a registered tourism company with fully compliant and registered vehicles. Each guest on our tours are covered by extensive liability insurance.

Cost:R430 (2018) / R480 (2019) per person (min two guests)
R370 (2018) / R400 (2019) per person (4 – 7 guests)
R320 (2018) / R340 (2019) per person (8 or more guests)
Included:
Collection and drop off
Professional tour guide
Entry fees
Duration:
2,5 hours
Add a visit to SAMREC Penguin Rehabilitation Centre for R120 per person (incl. entry fees).