The Sardine Run
Every year along the shores stretching from the Cape to Kwazulu Natal, millions of sardines migrate from the cold waters heading to the subtropical temperatures in an awesome underwater spectacle. Comparable only to its land equivalent, the Wildebeest migration in the Serengeti, this amazing occurrence is one of the most unforgettable experiences for those brave enough to get in the water with the predators, including dolphins, seals, sharks and whales, that come out to feed on them. The best way to view the Sardine Run is to get in touch with the many scuba diving companies along the South African coast.
Date: May to July 2013