Tofo has some ok diving ,
but it is hardly worth the long busjourney from Maputo.
It's known to have lots of whale sharks but unfortunately
I was there at the wrong time of the year.
yeeep , iit's flat !
C'est la vie...
There's always tomorrow....
From the air
The Zambia side
And the Zimbabwe side
Harare , an uninteresting place where I ended up
because my passport etc. was stolen in Vic falls.
...to table mountain
The west coast...Icy waters !
This part of Capetown is very California
The Cape peninsula
Cape Agulhas is the southermost point in Africa.
on the "The garden route"
It looks good
but it still aint tropical
The "Wild Coast" is a 300 km stretch of the SA coastline with no road access
and hardcore enough boat access to keep all but the insane away.
= Untold extremely inaccessible sharkinfested bigwave surfing opportunities
The Trans Kei
Heading to the Dragon mountains i.e. Drakensberg.
The "amphitheater" area
and everything in between...
are crossing the road...
Fire ! and smoke...your constant companion everywhere in Africa !
The St.Lucia wetlands coast
Notes ; There's ok diving at Protea banks off Port Shepstone with lots of Sand Tiger sharks.
Drove 6450 km.
The highlight of the trip
.....down off the Cape...
...in Gaans baai
Let´s wait & see what comes around...
...Great White Wonders !!!