3 September 2014

The day did start overcast, but the sun was shining again for us soon...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, September 3 2014

3 September 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

The day started overcast, but the sun was shining again for us soon. While we were heading towards Pearly Beach, we stopped at the shark cage diving vessels to see some sharks. Arrived in the whale watching area we did found a few Southern Right whales. On both trips of the day we had whales who approached our boat “Whale Whisperer” to have a look at us. On our second trip we found a mating group near a reef called the Clyde. In between the mating group was a beautiful brindle whale. The brindle whale was quite big and had a nice skin colour, what a beauty! We also had a look at the African penguins on Dyer Island and the Caper Fur seals. Perfect day!

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