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Experience Isadini
Since 2005
june & july


8 days/ 7 nights


pick up & transfers


single operator based at destination


minimum 6 people


5 days of Sardine Run


snacks & drinks on boat


full pension


private divemaster


your language




exclusive air support reporting migration 


upon request


The Sardine Run or "Sardine Migration" is certainly on the bucket list of many nature lovers! 

Welcome to our world of authentic and transformative experiences! Operating in Mozambique and the Sardine Run since 2005, we're not just an agency – we're your personal guides, companions, and a wellspring of profound knowledge. Living here gives us a unique perspective, and we take immense pride in offering experiences that go beyond the ordinary.

Unlike traditional agencies, we live and breathe Mozambique. Our commitment extends beyond mere transactions; we offer an intimate connection with the heart and soul of this beautiful country. We're not just experts; we're avid travelers, divers, and safari enthusiasts, bringing firsthand experiences to every adventure we curate.

We recommend divers and non-divers, photography enthusiasts, dolphin and whale enthusiasts, lovers of the big predators of the sea not to miss the opportunity to be part of one of the best natural phenomena of the sea, the annual sardine migration, which in turn coincides with another spectacular migration, that of the humpback whales.

For more detailed information about the Sardine Run you can click HERE!

Where to fly
Durban International Airport is one option to fly into, but we recommend arriving preferably before midday, as from there it is approximately 6 hours by road to the final destination, Port St. Johns. 


The best option is to fly directly to Mthatha Airport in the province of KwaZulu Natal in South Africa, located approximately 2 hours from Port St. Johns with the local airlines South African Airways and SA Airlink.

From your arrival on African soil until your departure, we will always be by your side to accompany you on this experience.


Day 1


Arrival at Durban International Airport or Mthatha Airport (KwaZulu-Natal), then road transfer (included) to Port St Johns. Check-in at the diving center and accommodation. Afternoon off to visit the town of Port St Johns (The Wild Coast). Dinner at the guest house (included).

Port St johns view

Day 2 to day 6


Daily breakfast at the accommodation before departure. 
Afterwards we will depart with the boat which will be ready at the dock of the accommodation. 
We will do 5 full days of Sardine Run, where we will spend between 6 and 8 hours at sea. There will be lunch, refreshments and snacks on board. 
We usually return to our accommodation by 4pm, which is enough time to rest or take a stroll around the area before dinner. 

More information about the Sardine Run, HERE!

Big baitball of Sardines and a shark in the middle

Day 7


Breakfast (included) at accommodation. Day off diving. Relax day or optional  activities: excursion to the Bluff Nature Reserve Waterfall, the Umgazana and Brazen Head or a cruise on the river of Port St Johns.

Humpback Whale under surface

Day 8


Breakfast (included) at accommodation. Transfer to Mthatha Airport (2 hours) or Durban International Airport (5 hours, additional charges).

Bird catching fish under water inbetween Sardines


  • Arrival airport assistance

  • Transfers from Mthatha airport to Port St Johns (return)

  • 7 nights accommodation (double or twin room), at Port St Johns River Lodge

  • 5 full days of Sardine Run (with an optional extra day)

  • Scuba tanks and weights for certified divers

  • Lunch, refreshments and snacks on the boat

  • Diving fees and permits on the Wild Coast

  • Private English-speaking Divemaster specialising in the Sardine Run

  • Qualified Sardine Run qualified boat skipper and guide

  • Constant air support and briefing on the progress of the migration (exclusive)

  • All breakfasts and dinners at the accommodation's restaurant

  • Local Spanish guide


  • International and domestic flights

  • Diving equipment (€8 per dive)

  • Meals not specified in the previous section

  • Optional activities during the trip

  • Travel and diving insurance (recommended)





• 50% deposit required to confirm the booking of the Experience, and remaining 50% to be paid 60 days prior to arrival • All payments done by providing bank card details will carry an extra 5% (bank fees) • All payments done through PayPal will carry an extra 5% • All payments done by bank transfers to be done using “banking our instructions” (client pays all bank transfer charges) • By paying the deposit you are deemed to have accepted our terms & conditions • Cancellations before 60 days prior to arrival will incur a cancellation fee of 50% of total booking amount (during local public holidays will incur a cancellation fee of 100% of total booking amount) • Cancellations after 60 days prior to arrival will incur a cancellation fee of 100% of total booking amount • Dive trips being cancelled due to bad weather not refundable • If as a result of a major force, such as the current pandemic caused by Covid-19 the trip cannot be made on the scheduled dates, the amount paid is not refundable and the trip will be rescheduled for other dates in accordance with the availability of the client and Mozambique Experience •

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We recommend you the following extension!


These are the various accommodation options that we have in the different destinations where we will be during the stay of the aforementioned program. Depending on the budget we recommend one or the other. For more detailed information on each one, you can visit the accommodation section. All options include en-suite rooms with the possibility of a double bed or separate beds, cleaning service, Wi-fi, 24-hour security, and some with a swimming pool, bar and restaurant.

divers vill
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