Every year off the coast of South Africa, one of the biggest animal migrations on Earth takes place. Massive shoals of sardines get pushed off the east coast of South Africa by changing weather patterns, were hungry predators await.
The area between East London and Port St. Johns is located on the hot spot of this migration. Here you can expect to see anything. From different species of dolphins, sea birds, whales, billfish, seals, and a variety of sharks. We will focus our attention on looking for bait balls to be able to witness
predatory behavior. On the days when we cannot find bait balls, we will be diving with dolphins, whales, and sharks.
Join us for the ultimate ocean safari!
Surface temperature: Cold mornings and evenings but warms up nicely during t the day.
Water temperature: Average 60 - 68° F/ 16 - 20° C
Visibility: ranging from 32 - 39 ft/ 10 - 12 mts
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