21 December 2016 | Marine Big 5 Tours

Due to bad weather moving into our region this afternoon we launched a bit earlier than usual...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, December 21 2016

21 December 2016 | Marine Big 5 Tours

Guide Summary and Photographs

Due to bad weather moving into our region this afternoon we launched a bit earlier than usual. We cruised along the coast before changing course towards Dyer Island. At the island we spotted some penguins sitting on the same spot where we got to see them yesterday as well and we saw a lot of Cape cormorants around too. A few were sitting on their nests others were flying across the island. Before seeing a shark at the cage diving vessels we stopped to have a look at their preferred pray, the Cape Fur seals.

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