“Picture of the day” On our 09h30 trip today we encountered a pod of ±250 – 300 common dolphins moving towards the corner of Robberg. These animals kept our guests on vessel Gaia entertained for at least 30 minutes before leaving the bay and moving on to Knysna. While following these common dolphins, we had READ MORE
“Picture of the day” Yesterday our crew, Shaun and Mario took our vessel Damara II for the 12h00 excursion. As they were running along Keurbooms Strand they came across a lonesome pod of 9 Indo-Pacific Humpback dolphins, the largest of the 3 dolphin species in our bay. As the boat was traveling alongside them, they READ MORE
“Picture of the day” Another fantastic day on the ocean!!! On Wednesday morning on our 09h30 boat trip we encountered a pod of Bottlenose dolphins on the other side of the Keurbooms River Mouth. En-Route to Robberg we encountered a Brydes whale at Robberg 5.
“Picture of the day” On Friday the 13th April we woke up to find our bay full of life. We launched our first boat at 09h30 and proceeded towards the Keurbooms River Mouth where we approached our first group of Common dolphin’s ±2000 with thousands of Gannets and ±20 to 30 Brydes whales feeding. We READ MORE
“Picture of the day” For the last couple of days we have been very lucky to have various pods of Common dolphins feeding in our Bay. The groups have ranged between 150 and ±1500. We also had Brydes whales feeding with them and yesterday afternoon, we had a group of 7 lunge feeding between the READ MORE
“Picture of the day” On our 09h30 boat trip this morning we picked up a nice pod of dolphins ±100-150, moving from Grootbank towards Keurbooms Village, surfing and playing in the waves. They kept our guests entertained for 20 minutes. We then moved off and came across a small group of very rare Indo-Pacific Humpback READ MORE
“Picture of the day” We had a pod of ±2000 common dolphins in the bay this morning. We also had Brydes whales feeding in the bay. These dolphins are associated with diving seabirds (particularly Cape Gannets), Penguins and Brydes whales – all feeding on the same small pelagic fish (pilchard, herring, squid etc.)
“Picture of the day” We had another exciting day on the ocean. We encountered a pod of Bottlenose dolphins playing in the surf at Keurbooms. They kept our clients on the boat entertained for 20 minutes, surfing waves and jumping through the back of the waves.
Yesterday on our 09h30 boat trip en-route to Keurbooms we encountered a pod of ±60 Bottlenose dolphins feeding in the surf line and just beyond. We’ve noticed large shoals of mullet (harders) congregating in the surf line all the way alongRobbergBeachandKeurboomsBeach. This should bring more dolphins into our bay.