Whale Watching near Cape Town, South Africa Welcome to Gansbaai, home of the Marine Big 5.
Trip Summary 05 January 2024:
Ready to head into a sunny day? Crew and guests alike are ready to head out the sea and cannot wait for what is waiting for us out there! As usual, we left Kleinbaai Harbour behind us and headed straight toward the natural estuary. Cruising down the shallow waters we ended up at our sister company Marine Dynamics boat Slashfin. Due to clear waters, we were able to view the Bronze whaler sharks beautifully even around our boat as they were cruising alongside our boat during our visit. Moving on we passed De Clyde, the Kelp forest of the area before heading toward the Island system. The endangered African Penguins on Dyer Island were enjoying the calm winds and the sunshine, whereas the Cape fur seals sunbathed on Geyser Rock and cooled down in the cool waters of Shark Alley. On the first trip, we spotted a sunfish in the deeper waters, and on the second trip we encountered a very active pod of common dolphins! What a successful day!
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