Daily Trip Update, 7 December 2019

Written by December 7 2019

Daily Trip Update, 7 December 2019

A morning filled with sightings of 4 of our marine big 5!

The trip started off with a cruise along the coastline when we came across our endangered Indian Ocean Humpback Dolphin, as always, excitement ensues when we see this beautiful creature as we don’t see it as often as we would like. We then made our way to the shallows where we spotted some beautiful Bronze Whaler Sharks around our cage diving vessel, Slashfin. After an excursion to the deeper waters in search of some whales, we headed to the Geyser Rock to visit our Cape Fur Seals who were playful and curious as we made our way along Shark Alley. Our final stop of the morning was to catch a glimpse of our endangered African Penguin on Dyer Island. We love being out on beautiful days like today, especially when we get to see our marine wildlife.

Our Indian Ocean Humpback Dolphin

We are always excited to see these animals

Our bronze Whaler coming up to nom a piece of kelp

Our guests getting a look at our beautiful Bronzies

Bruce showing our guests a piece of Kelp and how unique it is

Our Seals enjoying the sunshine today

A young seal cooling off in the water

A dip in Shark Alley

A warm day on Geyser Rock

A few of our African Penguins on Dyer Island

Some penguins scattered among the Cormorants

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