19 August 2015

Such an amazing day, it was truly five star whale watching...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, August 19 2015

19 August 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

Such an amazing day, it was truly five star whale watching! In the morning we had an mating group in Pearly Beach. While busy observing the active whales one of them breached twice. We did also get to see their impressive tails during out three trips. We were also lucky to see a brindle whale in the middle of the mating group. It was our first brindle whale for this year. During the day we came across many sea birds, like the Giant Petrel. One of the Cape Fur seals was posing for us on a smaller Rock just in front of Geyser Rock. Amazing day with amazing wildlife and an awesome crew.

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