Kesi, Kayden, Rani, Calvin, Jason, Tori, Chris, Tam, Mike, Jeff & Rhe on a BIG 7 Safari
The whole family came out for the Big 7 Safari, Here skipper Jake and first mate Warren give the safety briefing before departure
On board briefing with skipper Jake as the group leaves the Port Elizabeth harbour
Off and away on a fun-filled BIG 7 Safari in Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Up in the Crows nest keeping an eye out for Dolphins Sharks and the great Whales on a Big 7 safari with Alan Tours.
Kayden with family on the marine portion of the Big 7 Safari in Algoa Bay, Eastern Cape, South Africa
comfortable seating with a sunshade on board the tour boat makes for a comfortable marine safari with Alan Tours
Dolphins swimming close to the boat in Algoa Bay
Bottlenose Dolphins swimming at speed at St Croix Island, Algoa bay, Port Elizabeth in South Africa with Alan Tours
A school of Dolphins close to St Croix Island in Algoa bay Port Elizabeth, south Africa
Approaching Jaheel Island off the Coega Harbour in Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth, with Alan tours on a Big 7 safari
Busy Seagulls in search of bait balls in Algoa Bay
Kayden watching the Dolphins near St Croix Island in Algoa bay South Africa
Everyone making time to get some good photographs of the school of dolphins at St Croix Island, Algoa Bay with Alan tours
Great waves travel across the Indian ocean to explode against the rocky shore of St Croix Island in Algoa bay Port Elizabeth
Dolphins keep close inshore at St Croix Island as the shallow water offers some protection against their mortal enemy the sharks of Algoa Bay Port elizabeth
Dolphins offer enthralling entertainment swimming close around the boat
This a replica of the cross that was placed on this island which gave it its name,St Croix Island. The original was placed by Bartholomew Diaz in1488. The first European recorded to the area.
After an exciting 3 hours on the water everyone tucks into lunch at the harbour restaurant in Port Elizabeth
The Leopard Tortoise or Mountain tortoise are common in the Addo Elephant national Park although you don't see them all the time as they are very temperature reliant, with an optimum range of around 20 to 25 degree C
Kayden sitting right up front watching the Elephant go by
Picture time for all in the Alan Tours vehicle
The first sighting of Elephants in the after noon in the Addo Elephant National Park
Young bull elephant spend a lot of their time competing with other bulls of a similar age. This is important behaviour to prepare them when they are full adult and need to compete for breeding rights.