18 January 2015

Just after launching from the harbour we came across some Indo Pacific Humpback dolphins...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 18 2015

18 January 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

Just after launching from the harbour we came across some Indo Pacific Humpback dolphins.  Although the whale watching season is over we see the dolphins every now and then as they are in the area the whole year round. We also passed our sister company Marine Dynamics and got to see a Great White shark. The shark was quite curious today and had a closer look at our vessel the Whale Whisperer. During the trip we also came across some Cape gannets, beautiful sea birds! On the way back we passed Dyer Island, the home of our African penguin and Geyser Rock with all the Cape Fur seals.

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