“Picture of the day” Due to the warm water temperatures along our coastline some areas along the Southern Cape coast recorded water temperatures of up to 27°C which is very unusual where normal summer water temperatures along the Southern Cape would reach between 20 – 22°C. Walking along our beaches, you may have noticed pods READ MORE
“Picture of the day” On our 09h30 trip today we picked up a group of 60 – 70 Bottlenose dolphins moving along the Keurbooms coastline. We also picked up a small group of rare Indo-Pacific Humpback dolphins, feeding off the Keurbooms River Mouth Please be careful between 12h00 and 14h00 with very hot weather conditions READ MORE
“Picture of the day” We had another great day of whale watching in Plettenberg Bay. ± 20 Humpback whales were spotted on our 12h00 and 14h30 trip yesterday. Interesting fact: 3 Humpback whales have been radio tagged off the Comores. If you would like to monitor their movements pass the South African coastline, log onto READ MORE
“Picture of the day” One of three Humpback whales yesterday in the bay. According to authorities in Kwazulu Natal hundreds of Humpback whales were seeing passing along the coastline heading south. This is great news for us in Plettenberg Bay as November should be a fantastic month for spotting these mammals passing our bay.
“Picture of the day” Two Humpback whales out of a group of six one kilometer off the Island on Robberg Peninsula. We should start seeing Humpback whales for the next two months on their southerly migration. According to an observer in the Transkei up to ±100 Humpback whales are passing their coastline daily. We are READ MORE
On our 9H30 boat trip we encountered plus minus 120 bottlenose dolphins playing in the surf at Keurbooms Strand. These dolphins remained in the Bay for the whole day moving up and down the Keurbooms coastline.