Adventure blogger, Kerry Kopke, took a dip in the Atlantic Ocean to get a closer look at Cape Town’s underwater kelp kingdom. She posted some awesome footage to her Twitter page of her experience through the kelp forest. From jellyfish to crabs, and even an anchor from a shipwreck, word’s can’t capture the beauty of her underwater adventure, but a video can.

Take a look at what it’s like to scuba dive through Cape Town’s kelp forests.

Take note:

– Kerry went with scuba diving centre, Into The Blue. Unexperienced divers should always dive with qualified divers.

– Kerry is an experienced open water swimmer.

– Diving in the chilly Atlantic means double wetsuits, booties, gloves and headgear, which is all offered by the diving centre.

Photography Kerry Kopke

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Nikki Louw

Nikki Louw is an avid food eater and wine drinker with a passion for writing about it too. She's a creative by heart, with a love for visual arts and feature writing, which she applies everyday in covering culture, art and food and drink pieces. She also enjoys writing trending news pieces and exploring topics such as gender issues and social consciousness. Outside of the Journalism realm, Nikki tries her hand at painting and drawing. She has a collection of unfinished canvases and completed oil paintings alike, stacking up in the corner of her bedroom.