Discover Namibia’s epic wildlife and the sheer vastness of the country. Relax, sit back and be blown away.
Stunning landscapes and cultural diversity of the Eastern Cape
White Sharks at Black Rocks on our Big 7 Safari of a lifetime. Where else in the world can you board a boat in the morning head out to sea and view Dolphins and Whales on your way to a group of islands where we find Great White Sharks at the Black Rocks seal colony. Watch 220 thousand Gannets flying overhead during lunch before returning to shore, past endless, golden sand dunes with more Dolphins exploding back out of the waves. Back on shore, have a peaceful night’s rest before viewing Africa’s Big 5 and so much more in the nearby Addo Elephant National Park. Welcome to the unique overnight Big 7 Safari.
Experience the combined natural diversity of our oceans and the land based wildlife in the Eastern Cape. Join the adventure, the excitement of the chase, search for the Sardine bait balls and the feeding frenzy of the ocean predators that collectively hunt them. Then head out to visit one of South Africa’s most popular game reserves, Addo Elephant National Park with its Big 5 and so much more……
Exciting and informative game drive through the malaria free Addo Elephant National Park. The reserve is home to close to 700 free roaming Elephants, Lions, Buffalo, Zebra, Eland and Antelope amongst the many other species of animals and bird life.
Where sea meets shore. An excursion highlighting the cultural, historical and natural diversity at the entrance to Algoa Bay. Morning and sunset tours available
A fun day at the Beach – Sand and skim boarding
In remembrance to the 67 years that Nelson “Rolihlahla ” Mandela gave of his life to the democratization and normalization of South African society Port Elizabeth has developed a walking route as an interactive art journey.
Get an overview of the history of the Bay and the City of Port Elizabeth, an insight into the first inhabitants, the Khoikhoi, the early European mariners, Xhosa and early Boers, the arrival of the British 1820 settlers. Of 100 years of warfare and view the rich colonial architectural heritage of the City and surrounding areas.
Search the shoreline for the many species of Waders, Shore and Marine birds that utilize this important area, the endangered Black Oyster catcher and Rosette tern amongst the many different species. Visit SANCCOB and the Cape Recife lighthouse