Check out this month's Getaway Magazine. We are ecstatic with the amazing 6 page article by Melanie Van Zyl. I was all too happy to share my images and it's great to see them in print and share them with South Africa. Please go buy a copy, in stores now and share the seal love. All I hope is that the ocean conditions calm down and let us get out to sea again! I ♥ Cape Town1000 Things To Do In Cape Town #capetown #adventure #animalocean #southafrica #seal #snorkel (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less
Whale Sharks 2015 - If you are keen for a tropical adventure with filled with Whale sharks, warm water and beach camp living. Go to our website and check out the plan and itinerary for this years upcoming trips. Contact me and book your place ! ... See MoreSee Less
For wildlife enthusiasts and photographers this expedition is truly one you do not want to miss !! We will be spending our days swimming with the largest shark on the planet as they feed on plankton. ...
Refunds - Due to the terrible weather over the December and January we have had to cancel many trips and refunds are being processed. We are sorry for any delays and will do each one as soon as possible, please be patient and we apologise for any stress caused. Thanks Steve ... See MoreSee Less
Tiger Shark research in Mozambique - I've joined Ryan and Clare Daly on a research expedition to place 3 satellite tags and acoustic tags on Tiger sharks off Ponta Do Oura, Mozambique. The conditions have been perfect with 30m vis and amazing shark activity. Some drifts we are seeing Bull sharks, Tiger Sharks, Blacktips and shoaling Scalloped Hammerheads and the odd marlin, Leatherback turtle and giant schools of kingfish. Seeing Bulls, Tigers and Hammerheads in a single field if view is overwhelming. Ryan and Clare have been working here for 7 years and tagged 20 Bull sharks and now 7 Tiger sharks. The data that has come back has shown the Bulls sharks travel between Bazarouto, middle Mozambique, and Port Elizabeth, South Africa. They have also recorded the fastest sustained migration of any Bull sharks at 59km per day... that's a lot of swimming. You can see more of their work at www.pontasharkdiaries.com . (3 photos) ... See MoreSee Less