What did our guests think?

“Beautiful are! You do a great job, saving marine life! Fair trade tourism label is a good idea.” – Melanie & Martin

“Thanx we had a great time, people are helpful and friendly.” – Duan, Lome & Dwan


Guide Summary and Photographs

Today the sun was shining again but some easterly wind made the sea a little choppy in combination with some swells running into the bay. After cruising along the shore we went straight to Dyer Island to see the African penguins. On bot trips today we passed the Cape Fur seal colony on Geyser Rock. We observed them for a while before we decided to head off to see what else we can spot. On the second trip for the day we have been lucky in front of the harbour, some of us had a glimpse on two bottlenose dolphins before they disappeared.








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