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Watching whales in their natural environment is an overwhelming experience of nature at its most glorious. Make a memory to last a lifetime on your trip to South Africa.
Camps Bay’s wide beach, spacious lawns and beachfront café’s make it a sought-after location for a day of sun-bathing, picnicking and celebrity spotting.
The Aliwal Shoal Marine Protected Area’s coastline off Umkomaas on the southern KwaZulu-Natal coastline doesn’t hint at the wonder that lies 5km out to sea.
Stretching from Addington in the south to Blue Lagoon in the north, this stunning paved brick walkway has revealed the true beauty of Durban's beachfront.
Take a scuba diving course in South Africa and go exploring an offshore wonderland with experts in the field.
Boulders Beach in Simonstown is famous for it's colony of urban African penguins. But its population of avian city-slickers is increasingly endangered.
Experience the sheer adrenalin of meeting great white sharks up close and personal in their own backyard...
There’s nothing mundane about diving South Africa’s South Coast – eerie wrecks and dozens of curious marine animals will keep you coming back for more.
The trick with travelling along the Garden Route is to have enough time to keep slipping off the N2 onto the side-roads with promising destinations.