11 January 2015

Shortly after leaving the harbour we came across some Cape cormorants resting on the water...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 11 2015

11 January 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

Shortly after leaving the harbour we came across some Cape cormorants resting on the water. After busy watching the birds we headed towards Slashfin, to see a shark. Around Dyer Island we stopped in Shark Alley and had a look at all the Cape Fur seals laying in the sun. Behind the Island we spotted a blow of a Bryde’s whale. We approached the whale respectful and had a closer look at the beautiful creature. On the way back we passed Dyer Island again and watched the African penguins for a while.

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Written by Sandra Hoerbst

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