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Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth

(4.4/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
Treat yourself to extravagantly colored scenery at Port Elizabeth, featuring turquoise water, boats of all sizes and colors, and waterfront bars and restaurants. Lush green tree-filled hills encompass the shore, where you can sit and watch ferries come from and go to other islands. Stroll through the town and pick up some fresh produce or carved wooden souvenirs from the local market, and head to one of many golden sand beaches and enjoy the clear calm waters of the Caribbean Sea. Port Elizabeth is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Port Elizabeth Edition.
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  • This is a beautiful place with plenty of charm. The waterfront is full of restaurants and bars. The locals are friendly and seemed happy. The prices are reasonable and there's wifi in several places.  more »
  • It is the only town on the island of Bequia and therefore she is also the nerve centre: there is the Harbour, the Barber, a tiny souvenir shop, a barber shop, a small supermarket, a little place in the evenings and ... that's it. Really there is little, especially in the evening. The most fun is the evening of Friday, when about thirty people gather around a CB that shoots high some reggae music; other nights, not even that. By day, there is some little restaurant along the coast and there is a nice beach (Princess Margareth) reached in 15 minutes on foot; the colors are much nicer in the morning. You can't rent scooters and taxis are not just economic; I turned all the beaches on the island and found nothing particularly special: on each there is some resort with some restaurant. In conclusion, I would expect more movement in Bequia, while is more suitable for sailors passing through and people from resort.
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  • A stop is required here to stroll through these streets, chat and meet Aboriginal people. After a Board take a taxi (terrence, extraordinary and take a tour of the island) it's worth it, really.
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