14 October 2014

The whales we saw during our four trips were still relaxed...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, October 14 2014

14 October 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

The whales we saw during our four trips were still relaxed. We spotted a few mother an calf pairs shortly after launching from the harbour. But we also did some whale watching in our Pearly Beach area, where we found one of the last mating groups. One of the males in the mating group had a beautiful white chin. He was quite curious and approached our vessel several times to look at us. On our way back we stopped at Geyser Rock to see the friendly Cape Fur seals. Thank you for a great day.

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