9 January 2016

The sun was shining during the whole trip...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, January 9 2016

9 January 2016

Guide Summary and Photographs

The sun was shining during the whole trip. Shortly after launching we spotted some splashes close to shore, we slowly approached and were lucky to spot Humpback dolphins. The adult was busy hunting for fish it was slapping its tail onto the surface as well as jumping completely out of the water. Arrived at Dyer Island we did get to see three little African penguins sitting between the Cape cormorants. Just behind Dyer Island, we have another little island named Geyser Rock, home to roughly 60 000 Cape Fur seals. We passed Geyser Rock twice and managed to have a nice and close look at the Cape Fur seals.

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