8 December 2015

The sea conditions were just as amazing as yesterday...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, December 8 2015

8 December 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

The sea conditions were just as amazing as yesterday. On our way to the shark cage diving vessels we spotted three Indo-Pacific Humpback dolphins, two adults and a calf. They were actually quite comfortable around the vessel, and having a closer look at us. Arrived at the cage diving vessels we were fortune and saw a Great White shark passing the caged divers. Sadly but we have to point out the African penguins on Dyer Island these days but we managed to see some of these beautiful birds as well as some Cape cormorants and White Breasted cormorants. In Shark Alley we rescued another puppy seals from drowning, we are always happy to help animals in need.

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