15 August 2014

A day could not start better then this morning...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, August 15 2014

15 August 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

A day could not start better then this morning. We watched a beautiful sunrise while we were heading towards the Pearly Beach area. Today we found some more mating groups in our whale watching area. We also saw “Eddy” a whale we know from last year. He was following the boat curious and was so relaxed around us. In the distance we spotted a breaching Southern Right whale and found three Humpback whales in deeper water behind Geyser Rock. The Humpbacks were travelling quite fast but were friendly enough to spend a bit of time with us. The Cape Fur seals were playing again in Shark Alley. We also spotted the African penguins on the Dyer Island. A.M.A.Z.I.N.G!

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