What did our guests think?

“Very nice” – Lizette

Guide Summary and Photographs

We got to see two different species of dolphins today. About 10 Bottlenose dolphins on our first trip and 3 to 4 Humpback dolphins on our second trip.

Unfortunately no sharks today, although we did stop at Slashfin and Dream Catcher. A couple of African penguins on Dyer Island were sitting in between the Cape cormorants and everyone got to see them. Arrived in Shark Alley we saw that our seal colony was having a party in the water. SO many Cape Fur seals playing and splashing today, the water must have been very nice and refreshing. We also did head out behind the island with the hopes to find a Bryde’s whale but no luck. We ended our trips with happy clients and lovely soup.

 

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