What did our guests think?

“Thank you for all the wonderful memories” – Donna

“Brilliant – fantastic – a great trip, fun and informative. Keep up with the great work.”- The Kidd Family

Guide Summary and Photographs

We experienced three stunning trips today, but with some unfavorable weather and wind moving in and we won’t be able to get out to sea for a day or two.

On our way to Pearly Beach we passed our sister company Marine Dynamics and saw a glimpse of a Great White shark. As soon as we arrived in Pearly Beach, our whale watching area, we spotted some spouts. The Southern Right whales we encountered today were busy mating all day long.

After seeing these gentile giants we headed back towards Kleinbaai, but on our way we stopped at the Cape Fur seal colony close to Dyer Island.









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