Splash Festival in Port Elizabeth

The very popular annual event, Nelson Mandela Bay Splash Festival, started in 1990 and has since then attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors to Port Elizabeth. The event has a wide variety of activities and is considered as a festival for the whole family. With over 200 food and craft stalls, there will be something for every taste. And of course, there will be plenty of things to try out. Among the water activities, there will be sports like Surf Ski Classic, Bell Buoy Challenge, Open Water Swimming Mecca, Powerboat Racing and more.

Nelson Mandela Bay Splash Festival Visit the festival’s website for further details. Date: 22nd – 25th of April, 2011 Location: Hobie Beach, Port Elizabeth

If you would like the freedom to do what you want, when you want to, you might want to consider hiring a car in Port Elizabeth for your transportation needs.

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