More about the tour operator:
See up to 10000 seabirds of 25 species on Cape Town Pelagics‘ seabird trips from Cape Town and Durban. Cape Town Pelagics is run on a non-profit basis and over the last 8 years, we’ve donated over R 115, 000 to Albatross research and conservation. One of the projects we’ve supported recently has been Birdlife International’s Save the Albatross Campaign, of which the Albatross Taskforce is a part.
We’re glad that through our pelagic trips we’ve been able to play our small role in helping to save Albatrosses, not only by direct donations, but also by raising awareness (for example for the Leap School Bird Club) and providing an opportunity for people to see Albatrosses and becoming inspired for conservation. We also take out Albatross researchers for free on research trips. See trip schedules and reports on our website and blog.
Through our sister company, Birding Africa, we can also organise any of your land-based birding needs, such as accommodation, transport and expert guides.