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English Bay (Vancouver)
São Miguel Island
Ballena Marine National Park
Pleasant Bay, Nova Scotia
The Cape to Addo Park Safari is a unique, safe and affordable way to experience the thrill of game driving in an authentic BIG 5 National Game Park while touring the coastal regions of both the Western and Eastern Cape. On this tour, we visit Route 62, the Karoo and Garden Route all the way to Jeffrey’s Bay. Every Cape to Addo Safari is professionally driven and guided by an experienced African tour leader and the itinerary is packed full of unique African experiences and exciting discoveries.
The Cape to Addo Safari tour is a unique, safe and affordable way to experience the thrill of game driving in an authentic BIG 5 Nation.
Incredible diversity and breathtaking landscapes everywhere you look is one way to explain this tour. Described by the New York Times as your own private Galapagos, the little village of Bahia Bustamante allows you the opportunity to explore working ranches, see a wide variety of bird species and marine wildlife and enjoy unforgettable sunsets. Combined with the Franca Austral whales of Peninsula Valdes, swimming with sea lions and numerous opportunities to walk between penguins, this tour offers the chance to understand how pioneers arrived to this remote land looking for a better and peaceful place and also gives you the opportunity to see the unique wildlife that is found in this corner of the world.
Discover Peninsula Valdes. Argentina whale watching, plus elephant seals, sea lions and Magellanic penguins will be sure to impress even the most well-travelled adventurer. Get up close and personal with the whales and keep your camera ready for a stunning tail flip or breaching whale.
Explore the winding roads from the Stellenbosch Winelands to Hermanus - considered to be the best land-based whale watching spot in the world - to visit the tip of Africa, Cape Agulhas on this thrilling itinerary. Begin your journey in the midst of the Stellenbosch Winelands as you experience some of the finest wines the region has to offer. Explore the quaint French Huguenot town of Franschhoek and travel to the southernmost tip of Africa – where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet.
Whilst the Big Five draw many visitors to Africa, on your second day of adventure, the Marine Big Five – whales, dolphins, seals, penguins, and sharks – are the stars of the show, with cliff path hikes and the opportunity to go kayaking in the ocean. During whale season (June - November) you'll also have a chance to gaze upon enormous southern right whales from one of the best land-based whale watching sites in the world.
If the big blues didn’t tickle your fancy then the visit to the Stony Point Reserve in Betty’s Bay (home to one of the largest successful breeding colonies of African penguins in the world) will certainly do the trick! These feathered entertainers always come dressed to the nines and are bound to waddle their way right into your heart. Learn about the conservation efforts of the reserve and have a peek into the many artificial penguin homes littered along the shores.
End off your adventure with a delight for the senses as you drive along Clarence Drive, with dramatic twists along steep mountainsides, the perfect vantage point to view the vast False Bay. On a clear day, you can even see waves crashing on the tips of the Cape Peninsula!
Gray Whale watching in Lopez Mateos is an incredible experience! The laguna is quiet but full of life. For thousands of years, the gray whales have migrated here to give birth to their calves and nourish them until they are strong enough to make their journey back to cold waters of Alaska. Lopez Mateos, known as Magdalena Bay, is one of the few places in the world where you can have a very intimate whale watching experience: the whales over the years have become very used to having curious humans coming from very far away to see them! After being put on the list of endangered species in 1940, the gray whale population has risen again.
This trip is becoming increasingly popular and people are coming from all over the world to experience these great animals in their natural habit.
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