The entrance to the circular 7 km Aloe Trail is located near Bluewater Bay off
Tippers Creek Rd. The vegetation is dominated by valley bushveld, which is
well-adapted to the harsh dry conditions. The aloes, from which the park derives
it's name, are best viewed during the Winter months of June and July when the
aloes are in flower.
The dense bushveld of the lower regions provide shelter for elusive blue duiker
and bushpig. The trail then heads up the escarpment to the upper plateau which
provides panoramic views across the region.
Safe parking. Come and enjoy the warmer water at Bluewater Bay. Ideal area for fishing, boating, sunbathing and long beach walks, a place where you still can enjoy the quietness of life without being disturbed. We are about 13km from the city ...
House Haven Guesthouse is right on the beach and situated in a quiet, peaceful area with unrestricted sea views, allowing long sandy beach walks.
Expect a warm welcome, hearty food and exceptional service that will turn your stay into a true friendly P
We offer clean, cosy, comfortable and affordable Self-Catering units. 125 Milner Avenue is situated across the road from the water way, with scenic views of the North End Lake. The place offers well equipped self-catering accommodation in Port Elizabeth.
Staying true to the era, our spacious grounds and generous room sizes are politely complimented by steep multifaceted roofing, which in authentic Victorian Fashion are elegantly decorated with elaborate wooden trimmings. Whilst being externally attractive
Zareba Bed and Breakfast is nestled away within the charming suburb of Richmond Hill in the historical and quaint heart of Port Elizabeth. Richmond Hill has retained much of the atmosphere of the old days.
Each room is individually decorated and is provided with a private telephone,
television set, hair dryer and tea and coffee making facility. Wireless internet
is also available. We offer 8 en-suite rooms as well as two luxury suites
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