23 November 2014

The day did start with Southern Right whales and did end with some Humpback whales...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, November 23 2014

23 November 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

The day did start with Southern Right whales and did end with some Humpback whales. Soon after leaving the harbour we spotted two Southern Right whales, a mother with her calf. During the day we found some more mother and calf pairs in the Pearly Beach area. The calves were playing in the swells and in between they did rest their tail on mothers back. After visiting the African penguins and the Cape Fur seals we spotted Humpback whales behind Geyser Rock. A day could not be better, two species in one day.

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