Dyer Island Cruises (Pty) Ltd
Dyer Island Cruses offers Whale watching, marine safaris and boat trips near Gansbaai in the Overberg.
Dyer Island Cruises proudly offers a unique Marine Big 5 Safari in the picturesque fishing town of Gansbaai, nestled in the Overberg region. During whale season you may well see all 5, being, the Southern Right Whale, Great White Shark, Seals, Penguins and dolphins.
Founded in 2000 by Wilfred Chivell as the first-whale watching business in the region. Dyer Island Cruises is a leader in its field and has made great contributions to marine conservation as well as unrivaled knowledge of the marine eco-systems in the area.
we had a phantastic time and would recommend you any time - we actually did: when we stayed at Gondw... - Irmgard Di Luzio.
Irmgard Di Luzio
we had a phantastic time and would recommend you any time - we actually did: when we stayed at Gondwana, we met a few people and highly recommended a whale watching trip with you guys.
Irmgard Di Luzio experienced the Whale Watching Self Drive
Mr Bryan Rowe
My transfer from hotel was on time and the driver very pleasant. The cruise was very informative with a relaxed atmosphere and safety was of utmost importance. Overall a nice experience.
Mr Bryan Rowe experienced the Whale Watching
Very pleasant experience. The crew of the ship were very helpful, and we saw an amazing amount of sea animals in their natural habitat. 9/10
Brian Gillespie experienced the Whale Watching
This was our second Eco-Trip with Dyer Island cruises, and once again we had a great experience. The weather was beautiful, and very clear, and although we didn't see any whales this time - it was very late in the season, we did see some copper sharks around the shark diving cage, a pod of dolphins, and also had a great sighting of a sunfish, which came really close to the boat. Your crew and especially the guy doing the sighting are great and so informative. We love the fact that you are all so focused on conservation and the environment. We hope to come back next year. Thank you.
Amanda Brown experienced the Whale Watching Self Drive