Cape Town – The school holidays are here and nothing can be more depressing for school kids than ‘no plans this holiday’. Well, this time around they don’t have to sit at home, not knowing what to do, because we’ve got a great weekend line-up for the PE bunch.
Holidays can get really expensive and therefore we’ve compiled a list that everyone can enjoy at an affordable price this holiday.
Here are some fun, fresh ideas to help you out this weekend, from Saturday 30 September to Sunday 2 October. So now you have no excuse not to #FindYourEscape.
Check out these events and activities in and around Port Elizabeth that will keep the whole family entertained:
Adrenaline rush: Oceanarium meets Snake Park meets natural history museum – no wonder Bayworld has remained one of The Bay’s biggest tourist attractions. It’s sure to be a memorable experience for all!
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Easy mornings: Port Elizabeth’s first local artisan food fair, happening on the first day of the school holiday, Saturday 1 October – The Valley Market. The market opens at 9am.
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Expo yourself: Make your way to The Dinosaur Hall at Bayworld to view some fascinating dinosaur content.
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Movers and shakers: Are you ready for some diva fun, comedy and harmonies? The Chapter Three show will take place from Friday 30 September to Saturday 1 October at the Boardwalk Amphitheatre.
Day Tripping: The Boardwalk hotel lobby lounge offers a posh High Tea every Saturday. The High Tea takes places in two separate sessions 2:30pm until 3:30pm and the second one from 4pm to 5pm. Bookings are essential, so contact 041 507 9452 to secure your seat.
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Treat the family: With delicious food, intriguing crafts and plenty of space for kids to play, markets are always a good idea for a family outing. Check out these Magical Markets during your school holiday in PE!
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Wine and dine: Fushin restaurant is said to serve the best sushi and eastern cuisine in PE. It is situated in the beautiful neighbourhood of Richmond Hill in Port Elizabeth.
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Couples karma: This first thing that you and your high school sweetheart should this school holiday is take a Horse Ride in the Sardinia Bay Nature Reserve on the golden sand. Bookings are essential at least two days prior.
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