Daily Trip Update, 23 December 2019

Written by December 27 2019

Daily Trip Update, 23 December 2019

The day started off with perfect conditions to go out and spot our Marine Big 5 species around the bay. We got sightings of the beautiful Bronze Whaler at our shark cage diving vessel, the ever so curious and playful Cape Fur Seals on Geyser Rock and of course our smallest and most endangered; our African Penguin on Dyer Island. We also had some exciting sightings of the Indian Ocean Humpback Dolphin on the second trip of the day which is always a delight and a treat! With Christmas just around the corner, we’d like to wish all our guests a magical festive season.

The beautiful Humpbacked Dolphin

A great view of the Humpbacked Dolphin

Did you Know? You can identify each individual by looking at their dorsal fin

A Bronze Whaler

A view of our Bronze Whaler Shark

Our curious and wonderful Cape Fur Seal

Just some morning stretches

Just swimming along

Some napping on Geyser Rock


A swim in Shark Alley on a warm day!

A little African Penguin out and about

A look at our birds of Dyer Island, including the African Penguin

White Breasted Cormorants, Cape Cormorants and the African Penguin on Dyer Island

White Breasted Cormorant airing out its wings

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