“Nice trip, have seen 4 out of 5! Enjoyed the speed and seeing the animals. Very friendly and charming staff! Thanks!” – Verene, Gary, Alex & Stefan
“Great trip! Would do it again. Very good and professional crew!” – Peter
Our first sighting for the day was thousands of Cape cormorants outside our harbour. After having a look at them we continued our tour towards Uilenkraalsmond where we spotted a Humpback dolphin hunting for some fish.
On both trips today we managed to see a Great White shark around the cage diving boats. As usual we stopped at Marine Dynamics, our sister company, to see these predators. Shortly afterwards we headed to Geyser Rock to see the shark’s favorite meal, the Cape Fur seals. Geyser Rock was quite empty today, so most of the seals must have been out for fishing.
Before returning to the harbour we searched behind the island to see if we can spot a Bryde’s whale. Both trips were lucky toady and indeed managed to get a glimpse of a whale. Unfortunately, they are a shy species so it is difficult to see them up close.
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