The expedition vehicles were ready and waiting the arrival of the team on the first day of the two week long Shoals of Agulhas expedition.
At the dawn of day two, the team prepared for their first day at sea.
An early morning game drive got the third day of the expedition underway. The team enjoyed views, stunning scenery and local wildlife.
As part of the expedition the team visited the Born Free Foundation, where they got to see first hand the important conservation work done.
Back at sea and the team found more wildlife to behold; this time wild dolphins.
Going off road in a Defender Game Viewer, the team made their way to their evening expedition at Shamwari Game Reserve.
As the sun set on another day, the team enjoyed the breathtaking scenery of the Shamwari Game Reserve.
In Coffee Bay, the team met with Land Rover ambassador Kingsley Holgate and enjoyed some time around a campfire reflecting on their adventure so far.
The following morning the team visited a school and joined Kingsley Holgate in his work educating children about the importance of Rhino conservation.
After spending the previous day on land it was back out onto the open water for the team, who set off in a RIB in search of more adventure.
With each new day came a new challenge. At Coffee Bay the team used the Defender to tow boats over a sandbar to get them out to sea.
The expedition team stopped to enjoy some beautiful scenery on their drive back to camp.
A treat for the team on their final day at sea; the sight of a humpback leaping out of the water.
The team took on choppy waters and strong winds as they journeyed back to land after their last day at sea.
Monty Halls and videographer Doug Allen ahead of taking on the 160m zip-wire across the gorge.
At the end of an epic fifteen day trip the sun set on the final day of the Shoals of Agulhas expedition.