20 February 2016

Another day with four out of the Marine Big 5...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, February 20 2016

20 February 2016

Guide Summary and Photographs

Another day with four out of the Marine Big 5. Around one of the shark cage diving vessels we did get to see a big Great White shark. After seeing such an amazing animal we were heading off to Geyser Rock to have a look what the sharks feed on, the Cape Fur seals. On our way back we stopped close to Dyer Island to see some of the African penguins. And what a surprise we had just in front of the harbour, a Bryde’s whale. We are always lucky to see them as they are quite shy in comparison to the Southern Right Whales we see during our whale watching season from July to December.

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