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South Africa has in immensely long and varied coastline. South Atlantic breakers pound the shoreline from the Namibian border south to Cape Town where it meets the waters of the calmer, warmer Indian Ocean. The Indian Ocean then dominates eastwards along the Garden Route towards the tropical beaches of KwaZulu Natal and Mozambique. Your family can encounter whales, penguins, great white sharks and turtles in a series of adventures above, and below the ocean.
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Your family’s first encounter with a whale can unleash the same emotions as seeing your first elephant. You realise that you’re in the presence of a magnificent and enormous mammal – an intelligent yet gentle communicator and survivor. The cooler weather between May and October draws breeding southern right whales so close to land that you can see them clearly from the hills above Hermanus. They are curious creatures which seem drawn to boats and your children will thrill at the sight of them breaching and tail sailing which may be a form of play.
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Older teenagers will probably insist on getting down into the water face to face with a fearsome great white shark on a caged diving safari. Dad will have to decide whether his need for street cred means that he has to get in the cage too.
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A rather more lovable denizen of the oceans is the turtle, fascinating for its longevity, survivability and the epic migrations that it undertakes. The wild and almost deserted sub-tropical shoreline between Durban and Mozambique is where leatherback, green, hawksbill and loggerhead turtles come to lay their eggs and we know some superb hideaways where you can combine midnight turtle safaris with fabulous diving, snorkelling and water sports.
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