22 December 2015

Just outside the harbour we spotted a sunfish also known as Mola mola...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, December 22 2015

22 December 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

Just outside the harbour we spotted a sunfish also known as Mola mola. After seeing the sunfish it continued with a sighting of six Indo-Pacific Humpback dolphins. We watched the dolphins for a while before they were heading into shallow water. We continued our journey and stopped at our sister company Marine Dynamics, who offer the Great White shark cage diving. Around their vessel Salshfin we got to see three different individuals. Arrived in SharkAlley we found most of the Cape Fur seals cooling down in the water, but some were enjoying the sun.

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