8 November 2015

We had a whale of a time. The calves were playful the whole day...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, November 8 2015

8 November 2015

Guide Summary and Photographs

We had a whale of a time. The calves were playful the whole day. They were breaching showing their tails and resting the fluke on their mothers head. It’s important for the calves to play around to strengthen their muscles before going on a long journey with their mothers. After watching the amazing whale behaviour we were heading off to Dyer Island and Geyser Rock. There we got to see the Cape Fur seals and some African penguins, as well as other sea birds.

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