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great white sharks of Seal Island South Africa with Apex Shark Expeditions

Trip ReportsPosted on: Saturday, 6 February 2016

White Shark Season Starts - Seal Island South A...

written by Alistair Louw

At 7:00 we arrived at the northern end of the island and noticed a shark at another boat, we found a good anchorage and started the chumming process immediately, within a short while we had a drive-by, this is a shark that shows very little intere...

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Lions in Kagalagadi National Park, Kalahari

Trip ReportsPosted on: Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Kagalagadi National Park, Kalahari

written by Monique Fallows

When someone talks about the weather it is often perceived as being boring and mundane but I beg to differ. Weather can be truly thrilling in its unpredictable wildness. It is ever changing and can be ruthlessly spectacular. When you come to thi...

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A Puma in Torres Del Paine, Chile

Trip ReportsPosted on: Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Torres Del Paine, Chile

written by Monique Fallows

As you know most of my blogs are about our wildlife experiences. This time round I am not only going to write about Pumas, but I will also relate a personal experience of ours that centres around the joys of travel and of what can go wrong if youd...

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Antarctica

Trip ReportsPosted on: Wednesday, 20 January 2016

With Ice Please! Antarctica Peninsula

written by Chris Fallows

Antarctica, the great white continent, is a place of grandeur and magnitude. For all those lucky enough to have visited the coldest, windiest and driest continent on earth, the sheer overwhelming size of everything is difficult to put into word...

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A mini Sardine Run off Cape Point, Cape Town

General NewsPosted on: Monday, 11 January 2016

What a Ball!

written by Chris Fallows

We arrived back from a great trip to Antarcticato find various messages on our phone telling us about fantastic tuna and wildlife sightings off Cape Point, South Africa. A colleague of ours Gareth had been out a few days earlier and told us about...

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A picture of False Bay, Cape Town

Shark BytesPosted on: Friday, 11 December 2015

November 2015 Shark Bytes

written by Monique Fallows

Chris I have been away for most of October and November so this latest Shark Bytes has more of the safari theme to it, and I hope that you will enjoy reading about our Wild Dog and Elephant encounters. Humpback Whales Before I get onto the wi...

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Elephants at Hwange National Park.

Trip ReportsPosted on: Tuesday, 8 December 2015

Zimbabwe Trip: Part 1

written by Monique Fallows

Its a funny thing when were on the ocean we crave the bush, and when were in the bush we crave the ocean! I guess our two great passions for the sea and the land are in constant competition with each other and this creates opportunity for many adv...

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Elephants in Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe

Trip ReportsPosted on: Tuesday, 8 December 2015

Zimbabwe Trip: Part 2

written by Monique Fallows

Mana Pools Elephants If a magnificently beautiful area and wild dogs are not enough of an attraction to Mana Pools, the possibility of walking and spending time with fairly habituated wild elephants must surely make you want to visit this specia...

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A Great White shark breaching in False Bay, Cape Town.

General NewsPosted on: Friday, 6 November 2015

Book Review - Great White & Eminent Grey

written by Chanele Jenkinson

Chris Fallows passion and love for the sharks leap off the pages in this beautiful coffee table book; both in the magnificent images captured, and in his writing. A truly remarkable read that will leave you feeling intrigued and mesmerized. Everyo...

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Seals on Seal Island, False Bay, Cape Town, South Africa.

General NewsPosted on: Friday, 30 October 2015

Seal Island, False Bay 2015

written by Kirsty MacSymon

The time has come for the seals at Seal Island to swim freely throwing caution to the wind. The time has come for the seagulls to search for another food source, as there are no more entrails of a seal on the waters surface. The once turbulent wat...

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