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Whale Watching At The Southernmost Tip Of Africa

Embark on an epic ocean safari with Cape Agulhas Whale Watching at the Southernmost tip of Africa. Launch from Struisbaai’s quaint fishing harbour and cruise along the bay inside the spectacular De Mond Nature Reserve with its endless stretch of sunkissed beach and then onward past the Heuningsrivier lagoon toward Arniston. Feel the exhilaration of witnessing Southern Right Whales spy-hopping, breaching and lob-tailing in the cool azure waters of the Indian Ocean. Added to this is the chance of seeing stingrays, dolphins, sunfish, seals, seabirds and if you are lucky you may even spot a Great White Shark cruising past. Cape Agulhas Whale Watching trips run from the beginning of June to the end of November (peak Southern Right Whale season). The ocean safaris are unfortunately not suitable for children under the age of eight.

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Southern Right Whales

Southern Right Whales

Published: 07 Feb 2019
By: Cape Agulhas Whale Watching

Each year, Southern Right Whales make their way to South Africa’s southern coastline.

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