20 December 2013

Seeing a Great White shark circling our boat, so close that we could recognise every detail on it was an awesome start to today's whale watching trip...

Written by Marine Volunteer, December 24 2013

20 December 2013

Guide Summary and Photographs

Seeing a Great White shark circling our boat, so close that we could recognise every detail on it was an awesome start to today’s whale watching trip! Not to mention the whales were no disappointment! Although nearing the end of the whale season, we managed to spot a Southern Right whale mother-calf pair relaxing at the surface.  We were also lucky enough to see their large flippers and even some tail slapping! Watching the colony of 50 000-60 000 Cape Fur Seals on Geyser rock is always an excellent end to every whale trip… – Yvonne Nuessing (Marine Volunteer)

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