This whale watching trip includes a return transfer from Hermanus. On arrival at Gansbaai, you’ll listen to a brief introductory talk and safety briefing before heading to nearby Kleinbaai harbour and boarding the Whale Whisperer. You’ll go towards Dyer Island, home to endangered African penguins.
On the way to the whale watching hotspots, you’ll visit Geyser Rock, where over 60 000 Cape fur seals live, before heading into the channel known as “Shark Alley”, where great white sharks hunt. A marine biologist will teach you about the conservation of these species while you focus on whale watching.
Please see my trip advisor review - submitted 29/10/14 Cheers Matt... - Matt Lewis.
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Please see my trip advisor review - submitted 29/10/14 Cheers Matt
Dyer Island Cruises offer a really amazing service. The crew are the best. The captain knows the area and the whales and other species. The Naturalist gives great information and the rest of the crew are always great at answering questions and providing information. We saw Right Whales, Humpbacks as well as a Brydes Whale. Along with Great White Sharks, Penguins and Fur Seals. AMAZING!
Hi, everything was fine, lots of information, all people were friendly and habe tips, where we can see the animals. BUT: We did. the second Trip at this day and ordered the film you took and paid for it. But up to now you did not send an email with the film or a link or something else. Kind regards Petra Johnen
It was a grear trip but the sea was very rough and lots of people were puking. We were lucky to see 2 southern right whale mamas with their babies on Dec 23rd when whale season is usually over. Also did we see a glimpse of a great white when stopping by the shark cage divers. I recommend this trip to those who don't get seasick