Whale Watching near Cape Town, South Africa Welcome to Gansbaai, home of the Marine Big 5.
Trip Summary 19 January 2024:
After a day of not being able to head out to sea, we were ready to head back out today! Leaving Kleinbaai Harbour behind us we headed over to Uilenkraal our natural estuary. After cruising down the coastline we stopped by the Shallows, where the Shark cage diving boats operate. Trying to get a glimpse of the Bronze whaler shark we got to see one of our beloved sharks in front of Marine Dynamics vessel Slashfins cage. Moving on we passed the Reef system, De Clyde, where we brought the importance of Kelp closer to our guests. Shortly after we continued further along the coastal areas and into deeper waters. Unfortunately, the deeper waters were rather quiet today. Of course, we had to stop at the Island system where the Cape fur seals were cooling down in Shark Alley and the endangered African Penguins were sunbathing on Dyer Island.
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