30 November 2016 | Marine Big 5

On our two whale watching tours today we had perfect weather conditions but sadly the whales eluded us...

Written by Dyer Island Cruises, November 30 2016

30 November 2016 | Marine Big 5

Guide Summary and Photographs

On our two tours today we had perfect weather conditions but sadly the whales eluded us.

Despite getting a glimpse of a blow from a whale on the second tour, we did not see the whale come back up again.

However, on both tours we got to see Ocean Sunfish, or mola mola (two on the second tour), the amazing Cape Fur seals and also African penguins on the water on both trips.

On the first tour we also got to see two Great White sharks by our sister company, Marine Dynamics.

It seems like the Southern Right whales have now left South African waters. We will be embarking on our Marine Big 5 tours as of from tomorrow.

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