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The bay was full of marine life again.

We spotted some African penguins swimming in the water and some more sitting on Dyer Island. A lot of the Cape Fur seal on Geyser Rock were having a swim in the water too. Around the Dyer Island Nature Reserve we spotted a lot of feeding Giant petrels. Always a great treat to see these huge pelagic birds in our area. On our way out of the world famous Shark Alley, our wildlife spotter spotted a blow. We approached the area were we saw the spout accordingly and were lucky to encounter a Bryde’s whale. The whale surfaced a few times before disappearing in deep water. On our way back we stopped at Marine Dynamics, our sister company, who offer the Great White shark cage diving.








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