It’s time for the Sar­dine Run!

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You’ve seen the whales in Her­manus and the flow­ers in Na­maqua­land, but what about the sar­dines along the east coast? Ev­ery year be­tween May and July, mil­lions of sar­dines swim from the colder water around Port El­iz­a­beth, where they spawn, up the coast of KZN in schools that can be 15 km long. The sar­dines at­tract marine preda­tors like sharks, seals, whales and dol­phins, and hun­dreds of thou­sands of gan­nets. South Coast fes­tiv­i­ties. Many towns and beaches along the KZN South Coast cel­e­brate the sar­dine sea­son with fun ac­tiv­i­ties. See the pro­gramme at tourism­south­coast.co.za Get a dis­count. Many places to stay of­fer spe­cial dis­counts dur­ing the Sar­dine Run – en­quire when you book or visit tourism­south­coast.co.za for more in­for­ma­tion.

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