Operating around the world famous Dyer Island where you might be so fortunate to see the Marine Big 5 – the Southern Right Whale/Humpback/Bryde’s Whales, the iconic Great White Shark, the Cape fur seal (around 60 000 on Geyser Rock), the endangered African Penguin and various visiting dolphin species. The area is also home to a wide variety of seabirds.
What It Is
Escape the hustle and bustle of Cape Town by joining us for a full day of whale watching and panoramic views in Hermanus.
You will be travelling along the popular route to Hermanus, which passes by Gordon's Bay, Pringle Bay and Betty's Bay, boasting scenic views and amazing sights.
You will also be visiting the Fernloof Nature Reserve, where a large number of birds and smaller mammals reside on the mountains and coastal fynbos.
Your Experience With Marine Big 5 Safari from Cape Town
Indulge yourself in a cruise around the widely-acclaimed Dyer Island where you might be fortunate enough to see the Marine Big 5: whales, great white sharks, cape fur seals, African Penguin and other dolphin species.
Learn how injured or diseased marine birds are rescued, rehabilitated and released at the African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary, which will be made free for you by us.
Along the trip, we will be providing you with a variety of snacks and beverages for your enjoyment.
What Marine Big 5 Safari from Cape Town Includes?
A professional, English-speaking expert will be following alongside you to share their knowledge and insights with you on marine wildlife
Food and drinks such as coffee/tea, muffins, warm soup and bread will be served for your enjoyment and entertainment.
During the cruise around Dyer Island, we will ensure your safety at all times by providing you with inflatable life-jackets and wet weather equipment.
As mentioned, you will have a free visit to the African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary
Is It Suitable for Me?
If you are looking for a perfect opportunity to see Africa's Marine Big 5, then this is the tour package for you and your loved ones.
Based on the reviews left by travellers, we found out that they had an overall positive experience throughout, especially since there was a variety of marine wildlife to view.
They were very satisfied with the comprehensive overview of the marine wildlife in Cape Town in such a short period of time.
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