25 August 2014

Today we saw all marine big five...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, August 25 2014

25 August 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

Today we saw all marine big five. We had a really close Southern Right whale encounter on our early morning trip. After busy watching the Southern Right whales we spotted a few Indo-Pacifik Humpback dolphins hunting fish. We also stopped at our sister company Marine Dynamics to have a look at the Great White sharks, before heading of to Dyer Island. As soon as we entered into Shark Alley we saw all the seals on Geyser Rock and also a few of them playing in the water. While cruising through Shark Alley and watching the Cape Fur seals we spotted an African Penguin. The penguin was sitting in the middle of seals. Such a beautiful day, before another cold front is coming in tomorrow.

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