8 January 2015

This morning started a bit chilly but it didn’t affect our amazing sightings we had today...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 8 2016

8 January 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

This morning started a bit chilly but it didn’t affect our amazing sightings we had today. Shortly after launching our wildlife spotter spotted a blow. We were all super excited, the second time the whale took a breath we saw that it was a Bryde’s whale, how lucky are we. At the same spot we saw an adult African penguins swimming close to our vessel. Geyser Rock, home to roughly 60 000 Cape Fur seals was quite empty today, but there were still enough seals left to look at and take some photos. And not to forget about the feeding seabirds we saw on our way trough the bay, alway nice to see. What an exciting day out at sea.

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