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Considered the most natural fun you can have after dark on the Garden Route!

A night time exploration of the marine life in the inter-tidal zone at Gericke’s Point, Sedgefield.

Your guide is a naturalist with a wealth of knowledge.


Beginning at sunset, guests receive an introductory talk about inter-tidal marine life.

Once at the beach there is a detailed ecological interpretation of the aquatic life that they encounter along the shoreline.

The tours are limited to the spring low tides associated with the full and new moons. This allows for easy and safe access to rock pools.

Armed with a torch and a spirit of adventure, guests are informed about the numerous species encountered focusing on the three core elements of food pyramids, reproduction strategies and adaption to the intertidal zone that enable each species to survive in one of the harshest environments on the planet.

Book a place and be captivated by hunting octopus, foraging crabs and vivid anemones and watch sea urchins, sea stars and limpets glide along the rocks in search of their next meal.

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