12 December 2014

After launching from the harbour we were heading towards Pearly Beach again, were we saw a few Giant Petrels...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, December 12 2014

12 December 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

After launching from the harbour we were heading towards Pearly Beach again, were we saw a few Giant Petrels. Then we were heading to Shark Alley and had a look at all the Cape Fur seals laying on Geyser rock. Afterwards busy watching the seals we went to see a Great White around one of the shark cage diving vessels. On the way back we found a mother Southern Right whale with her calf. The calf was very playful and breached a few times for us. We also got to see two African penguins, an adult and a juvenile. What a nice day with so many beautiful animals.

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