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Trip Facts #1

Whale Watching Trips (June To December)

Our whale watching trip take place from July to December however, should the whales change their migration schedule (arrive early and leave later) we will change our schedule accordingly.

Whale Facts #1

The Southern Right Whale is the most renown of all the whales in South Africa.

When whaling was legal, these whales were thought of as the “right” whales to hunt; they move slowly, float to the surface when killed and have a high yield of oil as well as a very mellifluous baleen.

These whales were hunted ruthlessly and today a mere 10% of the original populations of these magnificent creatures have survived.

What You Should Bring

What You Should Bring

It is important to remember that it is often cooler at sea than on land.  Even if the weather is fine, we recommend that you bring warm clothing in case the weather changes while we are out.  We provide life jackets as well at waterproof and windproof items of clothing.  We also recommend bringing along a hat or cap, sunglasses to stop the glare and comfortable shoes.  Always remember to pack your sunscreen and apply it at least an hour before launching.  If you are prone to seasickness, do not forget your anti-seasickness medication making sure you take the medication before launch time.

Make sure you pack your camera or video camera.  We will always try to position the boat in such a way that you can get spectacular images.  We are not always able to get close to the animals so a zoom lens is always a good option.  On the other hand, if the animals decide to approach the vessel, a wide-angle lens will be perfect for capturing these magnificent animals up close.  Binoculars are available on board but they need to be shared amongst the guests, so bringing your own is advisable.

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