2 January 2015

The new year definitely could not better start than this morning...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 2 2015

2 January 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

The new year definitely could not better start than this morning. On our first trip we were really lucky and spotted some Humpback whales behind Geyser Rock. During the day we saw some Humpback dolphins and two Bottlenose dolphins, a mother with her baby. On the way to Dyer Island we came across African penguins, arrived at the Island we spotted some more penguins sitting on the rocks. Most of the Cape Fur seals, who live on Geyser Rock have been out at sea fishing, but we had still plenty of them left to observe. What a good start for 2015 and a Happy new year!

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Written by Sandra Hoerbst

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