19 October 2014

The day did start with breaching whales in the Pearly Beach area...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, October 19 2014

19 October 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

The day did start with breaching whales in the Pearly Beach area. As soon as we arrived in our whale watching area at Pearly Beach we had active whales. Today a mother was teaching her calf how to breach and as soon she finished breaching other whales started breaching in the bay, this just shows that Southern Right whales also use body language to communicate with each other. In the distance we spotted a few whales sailing, it is always nice to see the impressive fluke. On our way back we saw the African penguins sitting on Dyer Island and the Cape Fur seals around and on Geyser Rock. We also passed our sister company Marine Dynamics, who are offering Great White shark cage diving.

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