10 January 2016

As during the previous days we did spot some Humpback dolphins...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 10 2016

10 January 2016

Guide Summary and Photographs

As during the previous days we did spot some Humpback dolphins. The dolphins were busy fishing and surfing the waves in the shallow waters. Arrived at Dyer Island we saw quite a few different seabird species, this time of the year we see the terns mating flights. Arrive in the world famous Shark Alley we watched the Cape Fur seals playing in the water.

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Written by Sandra Hoerbst

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