Affordable Luxury Port Elizabeth Accommodation

FAQ

Al-Beit has the following COVID-19 Health and safety protocols to be in place:

  1. Various signage and reminders for guests to adhere to the protocols
  2. Sanitisation stations dispersed in various areas (including wet wipes)
  3. Masks to be worn in the public areas
  4. No self-service buffets available
  5. Social distancing in place for meals (food served to the table)
  6. Social distancing in place for shuttles and transfers where possible (middle seat left open where possible and more than one group)
  7. Temperature checks are done for guests and staff
  8. Regular cleaning done with sanitization protocols
  9. Certain higher risk communal areas temporarily closed

The nearest beach is 1 km away – a slightly downhill easy 12 min walk or 2 min drive.

Al-Beit is a Halal Lodge and a Top Halal Restaurant in Port Elizabeth. There is no shortage of halal food at Al-beit, no matter how many guests visited the place at the same time.

Al-Beit Beach Lodge is proud to be fully Halal and alcohol free.

South African entry is straightforward and hassle-free,  all visitors to South Africa must be in possession of a valid passport in order to enter the country and in some cases, a visa.  The Department of Home Affairs’ website provides information on: visa costs, processing time, where to apply and the requirements.

Countries Exempt from Visas

Port Elizabeth is a malaria free and bilharzia free region, which has access to professional medical facilities. So you don’t have to take some special medical precautions; You only need to bring your personal medical needs.

The closest airport is Port Elizabeth International Airport. The airport  is 8 minutes or 6.2 km’s away from Al-Beit Beach Lodge.

A passport and current drivers license is all required to hire a motor vehicle in South African.