“Picture of the day” The Elephant Seal basking in the sun with the Cape Fur Seals. The Elephant Seal is part of the true seal family and differ from the fur seal in several ways. Firstly, they don’t have fur, second they do not have external ear flaps; third they only have incisors on the READ MORE
“Picture of the day” Eared Seals (include sea lions and fur seals) have tiny ears and lift their bodies off the ground with their flippers. Seals range in size from the male southern Elephant Seal which reaches in excess of 3500kg to the smallest seals in the world that weigh 40 – 60 kg and READ MORE
“Picture of the day” What an awesome trip!!! Today on our 12h00 boat trip we encountered Brydes whales just off the Point of Robberg. We also had ± 10 White Chinned Petrels circling above the boat for at least 5 minutes and at the seal colony we had our regular visitor, the Elephant Seal. En-route READ MORE
“Picture of the day” Today on our 09h30 boat trip we had 3 Southern Right whales 2 at First Dune, Plettenberg Bay and another 1 at Keurbooms Village. These whales were very relaxed. On our way to the Seal colony, we were entertained by the Elephant Seal who is still visiting our bay.
“Picture of the day” Our smiling Elephant Seal is still in the bay entertaining the guests on all three boat trips today. Due to windy conditions and rough seas on the outside of the bay, we were not able to get to the Humpback whales, even though we saw them breaching far out to sea. READ MORE