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Things to do near Humerail

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Addo Elephant National Park

Game Reserve in Addo Elephant National Park (73.1 km from Humerail)

About an hour's drive from Port Elizabeth, Addo is a small farming town that's best known for its proximity to the Greater Addo Elephant National Park, which is South Africa's first 'Big Seven' reserve. As well as the usual Big Five - rhino, lion, elephant, leopard and buffalo, the park, which extends to the sea and some offshore islands, also...

Humewood Beach

Humewood Beach

Beaches in Humewood (2.3 km from Humerail)

Humewood Beach is one of Nelson Mandela Bay’s numerous golden sandy beaches offering excellent swimming and amenities. Lifeguards are on duty from November to April during the peak holiday season (Blue Flag season). Facilities for the disabled are outstanding. This includes special wheelchairs that can be used on the beach and in the sea....

Fort Frederick

Fort Frederick

Popular Attractions in PE CBD (1.4 km from Humerail)

Fort Frederick is a stone fort built in 1799 by the British Forces to defend the mouth of the Baakens River. The fort was named after Frederick, Duke of York and built by English Troops sent to Algoa Bay. The aim was to assist the Graaff-Reinet rebels in preventing a possible landing of French soldiers. Fortunately, no shot was ever fired from...

Campanile Tower

Campanile Tower

Popular Attractions in Port Elizabeth (1.4 km from Humerail)

Meaning "Bell Tower" in Italian, The Campanile was erected to commemorate the landing of the 1820 British Settlers in Port Elizabeth. The monument is situated at the entrance to the railway station and harbour. The observation room and be reached by climbing a 204-step staircase, offering a wonderful view of the harbour and surroundings.

Wezandla Gallery and Craft Centre

Wezandla Gallery and Craft Centre

Popular Attractions in St Georges Park (1.5 km from Humerail)

The Wezandla Gallery and Craft Centre opened its doors in 1994 and is located on Baakens Street in Port Elizabeth. The centre represents African artists from all over the continent and specialises in African art, African wire and wood sculptures, woven baskets, pottery, crafts and curios. Wezandla aims at selling unique, one-off pieces and...

The Prince Alfred's Guard Museum

The Prince Alfred's Guard Museum

Galleries and Museums in Port Elizabeth (1.6 km from Humerail)

The Prince Alfred's Guard Museum is situated in Port Elizabeth and is a city regiment which was founded in 1856. The museum is housed in an old Victorian Drill Hall that has been restored and declared a national monument. There are military exhibits that can be seen in the Drill Hall. The regiment was used in 1860 for protecting Prince Alfred,...

Kings Beach

Kings Beach

Beaches in Humewood (1.6 km from Humerail)

Kings Beach is the most well-known and safest beach on Port Elizabeth’s coastline. Boasting a 2 km white sandy stretch, surf lifesaving club, paddling pools, kids playground and fresh water pools. A power craft launch area covers 300 m of beach next to the launch strip. The MacArthur's Baths Pool Complex is situated along the Kings Beach...

Donkin Reserve and Lighthouse

Donkin Reserve and Lighthouse

Nature Reserves in Central (1.6 km from Humerail)

Donkin Reserve, Pyramid and Lighthouse includes a stone pyramid monument erect by Sir Rufane Donkin in memory of his late wife, Elizabeth, after whom the city was named. The Great Flag, which measures 12m x 8m, is South Africa's biggest and it flies from the highest flagpole in the country. The 1861 Lighthouse houses the official Tourist...

Learn 2 Surf Port Elizabeth

Learn 2 Surf Port Elizabeth

Popular Attractions in Happy Valley (1.6 km from Humerail)

If you wanted to learn to surf back in the day, you’d have to find a board and figure it out for yourself. If you were very lucky, a buddy or a longsuffering boyfriend would give you a few tips before disappearing quickly behind the backline. Then you’d be all alone, battling with the surf break and swallowing lots of seawater. Now there are...

Bayworld Snake Park

Bayworld Snake Park

Animal Parks in Humewood (1.7 km from Humerail)

Fascinating but fearsome to some folk, reptiles are always a hit with kids. The Bayworld Snake Park has been around since 1919 and is home to numerous reptiles, many of which are indigenous to the Nelson Mandela Bay area. The slithery and scaly collection includes the longest species of snake in the world, the deadliest snake in Africa and a...

No 7 Castle Hill

No 7 Castle Hill

Galleries and Museums in Humewood (1.7 km from Humerail)

Situated right in the city centre, No 7 Castle Hill is a picturesque Victorian cottage museum dating back to 1827. It's one of the oldest remaining houses in Port Elizabeth and is furnished as a family home of the mid-Victorian period, depicting the early Settler way of life.Need to know? Staff will provide general tours or special interest tours...

Port Elizabeth Museum

Port Elizabeth Museum

Galleries and Museums in Humewood (1.9 km from Humerail)

Rainy day in the Bay? Why not check out what's up at PE Museum at the Bayworld Complex. Situated on the main beachfront, it delivers a feast of education and entertainment to thousands of visitors each year. March the kids straight to the life-sized reconstruction of the giant prehistoric dinosaur known as Algoasaurus that once lived here....

Bayworld Oceanarium

Bayworld Oceanarium

Animal Parks in Humewood (1.9 km from Humerail)

Although Bayworld Oceanarium’s two dolphins, Dumisa and Domino, have winged it off to Hong Kong, the aquarium remains one of the star attractions in Nelson Mandela Bay. Situated in the heart of the Port Elizabeth beachfront, Bayworld continually dishes up a feast of education and entertainment to thousands of visitors each year. Kids love the...

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum

Galleries and Museums in Central (2.4 km from Humerail)

The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum, formerly the King George VI Art Gallery, was opened on 22 June 1956 and renamed in December 2002. The collections are housed in two buildings framing the entrance to St George's Park and consist of South African art (particularly that of the Eastern Cape), British art, international printmaking and...

St Georges Cricket Ground

St Georges Cricket Ground

Sports Stadiums Clubs in St Georges Park (2.5 km from Humerail)

Sahara Oval, St George’s Park Cricket Ground, St George’s Oval, The Crusaders Ground – the grand old cricket oval of many names was the first ground in South Africa to host a Test match in 1889. St George's Cricket Ground lies in Nelson Mandela Bay's upmarket suburb of St George’s Park and is one of the venues for Test matches and One Day...