AB Marine is a registered Marine Guiding Business in South Africa.
Contact AB Marine here:
Online Bookings: https://abmarine.co.za/bookings/
Address: 6 van Niekerk Street, Parsons Hill, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa, Port Elizabeth
Contact Person: Alan Straton
About Alan Straton
The journey to Tour Guide has been a long and interesting one filled with wonderful people, magical tourism products and deep commitment to South Africa – “I am an African”.
Experience the deep love that we have for people, South Africa, the land and it’s animals.
Choose from tours primarily focused on the Marine Environment and that showcase the REAL South Africa and her people.
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Eastern Cape, Western Cape
Big 5, Cultural, Marine, Wildlife
Afrikaans, English, German, Xhosa
Come and experience the thrill of Dolphin Watching from our licensed Whale and Dolphin Watching vessel – AB Marine – in Algoa Bay.
Algoa Bay is home to three dolphin species – Common, Bottlenose and Humpback.
Algoa Bay is known as the Bottlenose Capital of the world.
A 3 to 4 hour trip to sea will bring you up close and personal with these magical creatures.
On occasion we see Killer Whales as well.
Experience the beauty of the Transkei.
Get close to the people and their customs.
A 4 day trip to Hole in the Wall will also take in the magic of Coffee Bay – where you always get a free ‘gift’ with your coffee.
Visit a Sangoma ‘for what ails you’.
Come Whale Watching in Algoa Bay with AB Marine – a licensed Boat Based Whale and Dolphin Watching Outfit.
As a licensed operator AB Marine is authorised to approach whales and dolphins to within 50 metres – all other vessels must stay a minimum of 300 metres away from Whales and Dolphins and must take avoiding action at all times.
Common Whale Types in Algoa Bay include:
Brydes Whales – all year round
Humpback Whales – February to December
Minke Whales – March to November
Southern Right Whales – March to November
The Southern Hemisphere’s greatest fish migration takes place from February to July each year.
Millions of Sardines run up the coast from Algoa Bay to Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Thousands of predating dolphins, whales and sharks follow this feast up the coast as hundreds of thousands of birds feast from above.
Seals and penguins join in the fray as whales and dolphins form bait balls for hungry families to feast on.
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