A n incredible phenomenon, where billions of sardines after spawning on the Agulhas bank get swept up in a cold current moving northwards along the east coast of South Africa. This mass movement of sardines creates one of the most spectacular feeding frenzy attracting a vast array of species to small piece of coastline in South Africa’s winter months. Port St John’s A small undeveloped town on the Wild Coast of South Africa
Jump in water to witness the world's biggest migration of animals, play of right in front of you. Every year millions of sardines move up South Africa's east coast with it's food chain following, from pods dolphins to an array of sharks feasting of this phenomenon.
5 Days at sea, tracking bait balls of sardines and snorkeling around it with an experienced skipper and guide aboard the Oceanic express 8m semi rigid boat. *(if conditions do not permit us to go to sea, land base excursion will be arranged) Basic 3mm wet-suits, open heel fins, weight belt, mask and snorkel will be provided 7 Nights of accommodation Including breakfast and lunch packs.
R19500pp sharing - Excludes flights, transfers, travel insurance, additional gear and extra land base activities
Cintsa, East London, Port Elizabeth and Plettenberg Bay packages also available, please contact us for more information.