04 December 2016 | Marine Big 5 Tours

Once again our first sighting for today was a African penguin, how lucky.

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, December 4 2016

04 December 2016 | Marine Big 5 Tours

Guide Summary and Photographs

Once again our first sighting for today was a African penguin, how lucky. After a nice close up look at the penguins we moved further into the bay, were we found a small pod of our Humpback dolphins. We encountered ‘Captain Hook’ and her calf ‘BigZ’ as well #14 and her calf. After spending some time with the dolphins we headed to our sister company Marine Dynamics, to see some Great White shark activity.

We also had a closer look at the Cape Fur seal colony on Geyser Rock and we can see more and more pups on the Island.

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