09 December 2016| Boat Based Tours Gansbaai

Today we have been lucky to find two dolphin species in our bay...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, December 9 2016

09 December 2016| Boat Based Tours Gansbaai

Guide Summary and Photographs

Today we have been lucky to find two dolphin species in our bay. Yesterday was a no sea day due to bad weather and we still had some swells running in today. Bu t they definitely didn’t affect our great sightings we had. First of all we spotted the Indian Ocean humpback dolphins. We had a group of five individuals, some of them are well known like ‘Summer’.

After some time with the dolphins we were heading towards our sister company Marine Dynamics, to see a Great White shark. Arrived in Shark Alley we were passing the Cape Fur seal couple of times. On our way back to Kleinbaai harbour we have been super lucky and spotted our second dolphin species, two Bottlenose dolphins, traveling passed our vessel.

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