Dane Jackson made the second tallest waterfall descent in known history earlier this month, and it’s somewhat terrifying to watch
Kayakers paddling in Sea Point were greeted by an unexpected guest that popped up right next to them.
It’s one thing to Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) around Camps Bay, but it’s quite another to charge massive waterfalls in a kayak.
We’re lucky enough to watch whales frolic off of our coastline, but there won’t be many of us who have come this close to these magnificent creatures.
Watching a whale breach goes a long way to appreciating the majesty of these massive animals. Being in the kayak it lands on is a different story.
When it comes to fishing I prefer to be on the boat, beverage in hand but I guess that’s not everyone’s style. This guy in Florida is a tad more hands on.
A kayaker had an up close and personal encounter with a denizen of the deep yesterday, keeping his cool and nailing some great footage.