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Southern Africa Travel Guide

Dolphins


Several species can be seen along the entire coast of South Africa, especially along the eastern coast during the sardine run from May to July. Great places for dolphin watching are "Walvisbaai" (meaning Whale Bay) in Namibia and Porto D'Ouro in Mozambique offers the opportunity to swim with dolphins.
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COVER_Mozambique_Dolphins_Ponta Sleep in a rustic Mozambican hideaway and go for daily swims with dolphins. Sounds interesting? This educational 3 day tour might be just the thing for you! You can feel like Robinson Crusoe or that boy from the Flipper movies (although touching of dolphins is a strict no-no). Learn about these marine mammals and submerge into their world under the expert supervision of local conservationists.
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Get away to Johannesburg and travel along the Panorama Route, one of South Africa’s most scenic drives, where we will visit the Blyde River Canyon, which is the third largest canyon in the world. Enjoy the Kruger Park with its awesome wildlife, cross the Mozambique border towards Bilene, which is situated on a hill overlooking the sprawling waters of the Uembje. After this you spend some days in Tofo, home to the largest Whale Shark and Manta populations in the world. To round it up you enter the Hlane Royal National Park in Swaziland before you come back to South Africa where you get the possibility to dive in Sodwana Bay, Protea Banks and Aliwal Shoal. From R29, 330 per person sharing...  Activity package of R1200 applies.

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