The annual Great Sardine Run is a natural phenomenon which usually occurs during the months of June and July, when massive schools of sardines migrate from the colder waters around the Cape to the warmer waters of Kwazulu-Natal to give birth to their offspring.
The 2021 Sardine Run along the southern coast of South Africa, has come and gone. Although a shorter run than usual, our colleagues African Dive Adventures report that there was certainly no shortage of magical moments during this seasons’ spectacle. This year, the run along Coffee Bay started at the end of June and wrapped up by mid-July – allowing for a spectacular 3 weeks of diving. During this years’ hype of activity, guests were treated to some amazing sightings including common dolphins, seal, Bronze Whalers, Humpback whales, copper sharks, Bryde’s Whales and the list goes on. And even a black tip shark, to name but a few.
As reported by the team at African Dive Adventures.
For those marine lovers who are interested in the highlights of Africa below the surface as well as above, Nomad Africa Dive Safaris offer the best selection of dive and safari combinations in Southern and East Africa, including packages that covers the Sardine Run and more.
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|Sardine Run Per Person Sharing||Year 2022||Year 2023|
|Tour Price Diver||R60,000.00||R66,000.00|
|Tour Price Non-Diver||R60,000.00||R66,000.00|