Welcome to SafariNow. Get off your accommodation booking by paying with the voucher code before .

About Port Elizabeth Airport

Need to know?
Port Elizabeth Airport helpdesk +27 (0)41 507 7319
Automated flight information 086 72 77 888
Distance from city centre – three km (only 10 minutes' drive to the beach)
ATMs – between arrivals and departures.
WiFi available.

Things to do in Humewood

Accommodation near Port Elizabeth Airport

Aloha Africa Guest House

Sleeps 5 in 2 rooms

Welcome to Aloha Africa Guest house. We are situated 100 m from the Nelson Mandela Bay beachfront, which includes four Blue Flag beaches...
R500
Avg per night for 2 guests

Ahoy Boutique Guest House

9 Reviews
Sleeps 21 in 10 rooms

Ahoy Boutique Guest House is a brand new spacious bed and breakfast, offering elegant accommodation in a warm and relaxing nautical...
R765
Avg per night

La Mer Guesthouse

6 Reviews
Sleeps 17 in 7 rooms

La Mer Guesthouse offers twelve, Port Elizabeth Seaside-themed rooms. The property boasts with a beautiful garden, swimming pool and...
R1088
Avg per night for 2 guests

Faith Hope & Love

Sleeps 8 in 0 rooms

Faith Hope & Love offers accommodation in Port Elizabeth. This guest house offers free WiFi and free private parking. The self-contained...
R589
Avg per night

Brookes Hill Beachfront Apart...

4 Reviews
Sleeps 5 in 2 rooms

Lovely two bedroom, two bathroom beachfront apartment.Close to restaurants, coffee shops, Boardwalk...
R2000
Avg per night

Eltham Lodge

Sleeps 20 in 0 rooms

This lovely hotel is in Port Elizabeth. With a total of 4 accommodation units, this is a nice place to stay. This is not a pet-friendly...

Port Elizabeth Airport Map

Click to interact with the map
Click to display the map
Port Elizabeth Airport is 3.2km from the centre of Humewood , the nearest airport 0km (Port Elizabeth Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

Other things to do near Humewood

4 Reviews
The glamorous Boardwalk Casino & Entertainment World is situated on the Port Elizabeth...
If you wanted to learn to surf back in the day, you’d have to find a board and figure it out for...
Fort Frederick is a stone fort built in 1799 by the British Forces to defend the mouth of the...