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Travel.Enjoy.Respect: Sustainable Tourism in the Bay

  • 27 September 2017 | By Anje Rautenbach

September is a month with many celebrations in South Africa and Nelson Mandela Bay; not only is it the month in which we celebrate Heritage… Read more

FREE entry: Without further ado, let’s go to Addo National Park!

  • 20 September 2017 | By Anje Rautenbach

Every year SANParks grants South African citizens free entry to the majority of its parks (and access to special events and or programmes) during the… Read more

Is the Bay wheelchair-friendly? Blogger, Briony Chisholm, shares her experience

  • 13 September 2017 | By Anje Rautenbach

Recently, Briony Chisholm - the blogger from - visited Nelson Mandela Bay and explored plenty of Bay activities. We checked in with her, asked… Read more

A piece of Italy in the Bay

  • 06 September 2017 | By Kerryn Botha

Remo’s Italian, previously Fratelli recently re-launched in Nelson Mandela Bay, and what a crowd pleaser! Once you’ve paid them a visit, it’s very clear just… Read more

Hello Tourism Month!

  • 01 September 2017 | By Anje Rautenbach

While locals and visitors are encouraged to explore and #ShareTheBay 365 days a year, Tourism Month is just a little bit extra special thanks to… Read more

2017 #ShareTheBay Exhibition

  • 29 August 2017 | By Anje Rautenbach

Following the ongoing success of Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism’s #ShareTheBay campaign – a means through which locals and visitors to the Bay are encouraged to… Read more

Women in Tourism Breakfast 2017

  • 25 August 2017 | By Anje Rautenbach

The Department of Tourism, in partnership with Travel Massive, hosted the ‘Women in Tourism’ Networking Breakfast in celebration of Women’s Month at The Plantation in… Read more

Backpacking through Nelson Mandela Bay

  • 23 August 2017 | By Anje Rautenbach

Nelson Mandela Bay is a favourite destination for many backpackers; it is ideally located between Cape Town and Durban, close to the Garden Route and… Read more

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