An 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
5 Days at sea, tracking bait balls of sardines and snorkelling 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 wetsuits, 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.