Seal interactions and experiences in Plettenberg Bay on the Garden Route.
Offshore Adventures in Plettenberg Bay offers visitors to the Garden Route the chance to see and swim with African Fur Seals at Robberg Peninsula. This unforgettable encounter between humans and mammals is safe and rewarding and an opportunity of a lifetime.
Offshore Adventures was established with the local community in mind as a way to ensure the tourism industry benefits the people of this area. Operating from the Main Beach, there are two trips a day that can accommodate 12 people at a time – weather permitting. Come and take the plunge with us.
Het was een geweldige ervaring. Zeker doen!! Heel goed georganiseerd. Goede wetsuits. Veiligheid bo... - Gwendy Reek.
Het was een geweldige ervaring. Zeker doen!! Heel goed georganiseerd. Goede wetsuits. Veiligheid boven alles. Op terugweg, vlakbij het strand zagen we nog een 5 m grote, witte haai zwemmen. De bemanning van de boot zorgde ervoor dat we vlakbij kwamen.
Gwendy Reek experienced the Swimming with Seals
Great experience! We enjoyed everything - the adventurous boat trip and especially the Swimming with lots of playful and curious seals. Monica was a great guide. She explained everything well and we really appreciated how she supported our 3 Kids while swimming (one hat problems with the goggles and Monica swapped it) so that everyone of us could enjoy the trip. Got a lot of funny photos as a Souvenir. Will definitely recommend it!
Holger Richert experienced the Swimming with Seals
The best experience I ever had!
Jessie Bohr experienced the Swimming with Seals
Fantastic Trip - Discovering Seals Seals are great mammals, who are really looking forward to get close to you (snorkler) in contact. Especially the small black babies are full of curiosity to meet you. The like to play, especially the older ones like, that grey one under-water who looks for me more like a antartic seal (compared to the others -african seal are more black than grey) The grey one loves to bite you in your fin which is kind of a play to them. Seals can also jump and make stunts/tricks as well as dolphins do. Suming it up - the money is worth to spend, and for me as advanced scuba diver, snorkelling in that case is better, seals do not like it when human go beyond the surface, the appreciate to follow on see your reactions what happens at the moment when you are close to them at surface - so do not dive under water and enjoy your 30minutes experience with seals - which was in my opionen too short -even the water degress were quite fresh - close to 17°C degrees - but the experience need to be done again on a different place. If you love seals and think this mammals should be protect against brutalism human attacks (canadiens still kill them for profit) sign on a petitition to prohibit this treatment!!
Sabrina Erhart experienced the Swimming with Seals