By Mark Dixon Friday 29th June 2018 Today, in the Garden Route, we witnessed the indifference of natural selection. Yet for those present, there was an empathy for one of the giants of the ocean. One year ago I swam with Humpback Whales during the Sardine run in the Eastern Cape. Today I watched one die. The scientist in me took notes. The bloodshot eyes … Continue reading Death Of a Whale
The Greatness of Small Creatures. All things Great and Small, we saw them all last night on the Moonlight Meander. With a slight offshore wind there was no sea mist and the views of the Milky Way, Orion Belt and the Southern Cross were crystal clear. Marine Nursery. In the tidalpools, it was like a marine nursery with many exciting finds of juvenile organisms. It … Continue reading Moonlight Meander – a night time tour of tidal pools at Gericke’s Point.
When you are looking for a swimming location away from the regular beaches, these 5 swimming locations will have you exploring new section of the Garden Route Continue reading Top 5 unique swimming spots in the Garden Route
Hiking through the Garden Route offers a diversity of unconventional wildlife encounters in the forest, dunes and on the beach. Continue reading Unconventional wildlife encounters in the Garden Route.
Wildlife enthusiasts looking for a nocturnal nature tour have the option of participating in the Moonlight Meander, a night tour exploring intertidal rock pools, is a wonderful ecological adventure by torchlight. Continue reading Moonlight Meander – a night time wildlife safari in the Garden Route.