Sir Roys At The Sea

Address: 13 Perrott Road, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, 6001, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13 Perrott Road, Port Elizabeth, is near Red Location Museum, Addo Raptor and Reptile Centre, Humewood Golf Course, and 1820 Settlers National Monument.
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Travel Blogs from Port Elizabeth

Drakensburg to Durban to Port Elizabeth via Durban

A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 10, 2014

4 comments, 9 photos

... of land. The burning off of huge areas of land in the mountains in a precision manner was obviously a common occurrence. In the towns in particular we were taken aback by the number of residences that were fenced with concrete walls topped with razor wire. Finally on the journey we noted many people who were chipping away weeds from the highway.

PE - The Windy Friendly Ironman City

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Apr 09, 2014

3 comments, 24 photos

... don't get much 6 bucks at Tree-o!! Also found $1.50 cocktails at the Boardwalk Hotel, the flashiest hotel we may experience over the next 12 months. Seemed like a good deal so we made sure we ordered a few. Here we enjoyed watching the Bahrainian Prince and his entourage of 40 who were in town for the IM prance. His massive team of help flew to S.A. for security purposes but also to help him with important IM tasks such as ironing his socks for the event. Can ...

Downward Spiral

A travel blog entry by cats-adventures on Jun 29, 2013

6 photos

... quick overview I made the previous night, the place looks as good a standard as our elephant place. Sadly they also do not have any cubs (which we have made the conclusion will be the case for pretty much all places due to the season in terms of both weather and lack of tourists), but they have sub-adults and a cheetah population that you can have a lot of hands-on contact with. The lady I was emailing also said she would tell our co-ordinators our special interest ...


A travel blog entry by davencorina on Nov 12, 2012

5 photos

... it is right at a river which leads in to the sea and to the massive sand dunes. We rented a canoe at the camp ground and paddled over to the dunes. This is the only way to reach the dunes. When standing at the river you think that behind the dunes is straight the sea, but there is another 3 km of dunes and land until it reached the coast.

Climbing up the dunes was great. On the top you really loose the distance perspective to everything. We walked a huge ...

The Elephants we never saw :(

A travel blog entry by wherethefisnaz on Oct 15, 2012

2 photos

... in the area. The park has proved to be very successful and currently houses more than 450 elephants and a large number of other mammals.

Unfortunately we were not able to do much in Addo, the weather didn't hold and we were rained in from our safari drive. The ride in was miserable too, probably one of the worst rides on the trip... riding moto in the rain is not pleasant.

Sorry no pics either.