The Donkin reserve is situated off Belmot Terrace in Central. The stone pyramid, which forms part of the reserve, was erected by Sir Rufane Donkin in memory of his late wife, Elizabeth - after whom the city is named - and features a touching inscription to her. The reserve is today a national monument and offers visitors one of the most exquisite views of the city. There is a Visitors Information Centre located inside the reserve from which you can obtain all the information you need about the city. Pass holders receive free entrance to the Donkin Lighthouse where you can climb to the top and view the city. Pass holders can also use the internet facilities free of charge.
For more information on the Nelson Mandela Bay Pass visit: http://www.nmbt.co.za/the_nelson_mandela_bay_pass.html