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Port Elizabeth
The Sundays River Estuary lies on the outskirts of the town of Colchester and within 3kms from the entrance to the Matyholweni Camp of the Addo Elephant National Park. The impressive Alexandria Dune Fields border the estuary mouth that flows into Algoa Bay. Little, Damara and Caspian Terns patrol the estuary and at low tide large flocks of waders...
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De Mond Nature Reserve is a small picturesque coastal reserve that lies almost halfway between Arniston and Struisbaai. The Heuningness River widens here before entering the sea, forming a tranquil lagoon that is popular with fishermen and birdwatchers. De Mond is one of only a few important breeding locations for the Damara Tern in South Africa.
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The vast network of the Rio Savane floodplain lies on the northern outskirts of the Mozambique coastal city of Beira. These wetlands and short grasslands are home to a wide diversity of birdlife, making the area one of Mozambique’s birding hotspots.
Black Crake
Located between the famous Great White Shark cage-diving hotspot of Kleinbaai and the town of Hermanus that is famous for its annual ‘Whale Festival”, Stanford is bordered by the Klein River and estuary that is in turn surrounded by mountain fynbos and farmlands.
South Coast
Mpenjati Nature Reserve and adjacent Trafalgar Marine Protected Area, lying between Port Edward and Margate, provides scenic beauty of the coastline, estuary and coastal vegetation. There ample opportunities for a range of wildlife photography and landscape photography.
Southern Cape
Nestled between the escarpment, coastal forest, the Groot River and the sea, Natures Valley is one of the most scenic locations in heart of the Garden Route of South Africa.
Southern Cape
Goukamma Nature Reserve is a hidden and largely unknown gem located along the southern Cape coastline. It is a superb photographic location.
Lying in the far northern reaches of Zululand , Kosi Bay is best known for its series of fish traps that lies across the network of freshwater lakes.
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