Sardine Run Tours and Charters 2018.

Common Dolphin on the sardine run

Sardine Run Action

Sardine run tours 2018: For the sardine run this year, we are offering a some very exciting options. The Wildcoast sardine run packages from Mboyti remain at 2016 prices !!!

We also have some great sardine run tour options from Coffee Bay with 5 and 7 day packages available as well as and extended 14 day KZN and sardine run package.

You can also check out our East London options if you want to place your bets on the sardine run action further south! The footage from 2017 Sadine Run in East London is spectacular and will be posted soon !!!

What is the sardine run ? The Sardine Run is an annual movement of fish and predators along the south and east coast of South Africa. The movement is driven by a seasonal counter-current that brings the sardines with it. When everything comes together the sardine run is the most spectacular natural spectacle, offering incredible diving opportunities to the adventurous diver.

Baitball action on the sardine run

Sardine Run Baitball

 The action on the sardine run can be so varied as to take in almost the entire scope of what you have seen on Blue Planet and Discovery. However you need time, you need, patience and you need luck. You may or may not get the whole baitball experience but you should still have some amazing dives.

The dives during your sardine run are totally dependent on the nature of activity on the day. The sharks, the dolphins and the birds associated with the sardine run should all be there waiting for the shoals to arrive, so dives with them are almost a given! Some days you may be in and out the water 20 times on scuba or snorkel. Other days you may find stable activity or do longer dives on the local reef or wrecks.

Dive the sardine run

The sardine run

The migration of humpback whales at that time, although, unrelated to the sardine run, will also keep you active. The shear number of whales passing each day is spectacular in itself. So while you wait for the sardine run action to kick-off the whale and dolphin encounters should provide ample distraction.

The sardine run is a totally wild, unpredictable event so if you are looking for a real African experience with adventure diving at it’s best,  you’re unlikely to be disappointed!

For those of you travelling down from Durban for the sardine run we can also arrange some extra days diving on the south coast at Aliwal Shaol. Each week during the sardine run we will also be offering daily charters from Shelly Beach to Protea Banks – so great shark and whale action almost a guarantee if you don’t manage to get to the sardine run itself !

 

Sardine Run Tours 2018:

 

October 1, 2017
Sardine Run Tours

Sardine Run Tours

Sardine Run Tours and Charters 2018. Sardine run tours 2018: For the sardine run this year, we are offering a some very exciting options. The Wildcoast sardine […]
September 18, 2017
Sardine Run Tours East London

Sardine Run East London

Sardine Run Tour: Cinsta, East London SARDINE RUN PACKAGES Cinsta 2018 7 day sardine run package ZAR 30 000 Single rates on request. SARDINE RUN EAST LONDON […]
November 29, 2016
Sardine Run Tour Mbotyi Wildcoast

Sardine Run Mbotyi

Sardine Run Tour: Mbotyi Wildcoast SARDINE RUN PACKAGES MBOTYI 2018 11 days sardine run ZAR 59 000 9 days  sardine run ZAR 46 000 7 days sardine run  ZAR 33 000 Single rates […]
November 29, 2016
Sardine Run Package Coffee Bay

Sardine Run Coffee Bay

Sardine Run Tour: Coffee Bay SARDINE RUN COFFEE BAY 2018 5 nights sardine run ZAR 32 000 7 nights sardine run ZAR 43 000 Single rates on request. […]
November 29, 2016
The Sardine Run

Sardine Run Tour Mpame

Sardine Run Tour: Mpame SARDINE RUN PACKAGES MPAME 2017 7 days sardine run ZAR 27 500 Single rates on request. The most flexible sardine run package available. Any 6 nights at […]

 

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