26 January 2016

It was a stunning morning out at sea...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 26 2016

26 January 2016

Guide Summary and Photographs

It was a stunning morning out at sea. The ocean was calm and the sun was shining throughout the whole trip. The first sightings for the day were two little African penguins, but we also spotted an adult a few minutes later. On our way through the bay we spotted a Bryde’s whale, he surfaced a few times before heading into deeper water. After so much excitement to see whale after a while we stopped by Geyser Rock to watch the Cape Fur seals. But during our eco tours we also encounter a lot of different bird species like cormorants and Giant Petrels.

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