Whale Watching near Cape Town, South Africa Welcome to Gansbaai, home of the Marine Big 5.
Trip Summary 26 May 2022:
From seeing African Penguins not even 3 minutes into the trip to seeing a great raft of them again just as our trip ended, we had a wonderful day out at sea!.After a few days of bad weather, we were finally able to go out on the ocean again and was it not a spectacular one. The birdlife was bustling with the likes of our winter visitors such as White Chinned Petrels, Giant Petrels, Sooty Shearwater, various Terns, plenty of Cape Gannets, and some amazing sightings of a few Shy Albatross! Our guests were fortunate to catch sightings of a mother-calf Bryde’s whale pair and a separate Bryde’s whale individual. Over at Geyser Rock, we had wonderful moments with the Cape Fur Seals, while also keeping an eye on the Cape Cormorants over on Dyer Island who seemed to be very active. Shortly after, we stopped at our sister company and her shark cage diving boat where we were just on time to see a Sevengill Cowshark at the surface. Heading back to the harbour, we encountered a large raft of African Penguins just before the tour ended.
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