8 February 2015

The new week started just as exciting as the last one did end...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, February 8 2016

8 February 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

The new week started just as exciting as the last one ended. We spotted four Giant Petrels, African penguins, Humpback dolphins and a lot of Cape Fur seals. They were relaxing on their island, Geyser Rock and some were playfully swimming next to our vessel, Dream Catcher, in Shark Alley.

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