3 – 5 May 2013
The seafari is timed to coincide with the poorly publicized False Bay “mini-sardine run” - a bonanza that lures in hundreds of Bottle-nosed Dolphin, frantic Cape Gannets, ravenous Cape Cormorants and overzealous Cape Fur Seals. The latter are also “pupping”, and an exclusive access permit to visit False Bay’s Seal Island has been secured, which should give us a very “real” chance to experience and photograph Great White Sharks breaching, during natural predation attacks. There is a slight chance of seeing killer-whales (Orca) as they target the dolphins and other prey.
1 – 6 November 2013
These unique African photo safaris are guided by a professional photographer at safari locations chosen for their ability to deliver world class viewing and photographic opportunities. The number of guests is limited to 6 so every person has space for their equipment and for arranging themselves in the vehicle. The guide ensures the vehicle is positioned for the best photographic opportunity and lighting.