Bottlenose dolphins playing in the surf

This week we found several groups of bottlenose dolphins playing in the surf along Keurbooms beach. Often the dolphins surf a wave and leap out the back of it providing the guests with an amazing show and great photo opportunity. Did you know that one of the reasons that bottlenose dolphins spend time in the READ MORE

Dolphins playing in the waves

We had a great weekend out at sea with Ocean Blue. On Sunday we had ±200 Bottlenose dolphins playing in the surf at Keurbooms beach. The dolphins never stopped breaching and playing in the waves giving the guests a great show. Yesterday we had a year old humpback whale calf and its mother passing through READ MORE

Playing at the Siyakula pre-school

At the Siyakula pre-school the children both learn and play a lot. After their break they will have some kind of activity, it´s everything from singing and dancing, to football and obstacle courses.  Lately we have been playing a ball game called the “tunnel”, where the children stand in a line and send a ball READ MORE

Bottlenose dolphins playing in the surf.

Bottlenose dolphins that play along the beach line are sometimes predictable in their behaviour. When a set of big waves comes in towards the beach they will surf in on them and breach out the back of the wave. This is a stunning sight, every time.      

Bottlenose dolphins playing in the the surf

Bottlenose dolphins are seen throughout the year, normally along the Keurbooms beach where they play in the surf.  On our Marine Encounter trips we go down along that side of the bay to Keurbooms beach in our search for dolphins, before we head over to the Robberg Peninsula and the Cape Fur seal colony.

Dolphins playing in the surf

? This weekend we had great dolphin sightings in Plettenberg Bay. Bottlenose dolphins have been seen Saturday, Sunday and Monday. We are lucky to see dolphins all year round in the Plettenberg Bay area. When they come into the bay it’s mainly to rest and ply in the surf zone along the beautiful beaches.  Lets READ MORE