About

Whale & Dolphin Watching

About

Whale & Dolphin Watching

What The Cruise Offers

False Bay is a calm, sheltered haven for some of the most fascinating ocean giants on our planet: Southern Right whales, Humpback whales & Brydes whales.

Whilst Bryde’s whales are all-year-round residents, it’s the migratory Southern Right & Humpback whales that are the stars of our whale watching tours. This is because they are naturally curious, surface active and very often display their natural exuberance by lob tailing, sailing and breaching. Adding to this we often witness large mating pods and mothers teaching their babies to swim in the protected shallows; the main reasons for their migration.

We are the only licensed whale watching company in Simon’s Town & are permitted to approach and interact with whales alongside our boat (that is of course if they choose to – we always let them decide).
Our 20 years of experience on how best to approach and understand them will give you a memorable experience & an opportunity to take some amazing photographs. Of course your tour will be accompanied by our guide imparting a wealth of knowledge & interpretation of the animal’s behavior.

Out sighting rate in 2017 was 98%!
Our tour not only focuses on whales, we often encounter Common, Bottlenose, Dusky or humpback dolphins & very occasionally, their largest cousins, killer whales.

What Is Included:

  • exclusive experience as we are the only boat licensed to offer whale watching
  • rare opportunity to get very close to whales
  • guided by an experienced naturalist
  • opportunity to see other marine wildlife
  • highest safety standards
  • Light refreshments at no charge
  • scenic views of the Cape Peninsula
  • Highest safety standards

This trip operates from June to November.

  • Departure

    We depart twice daily at 10h30 and 14h00.

  • Duration

    The duration of the trip is 2,5 hours.

  • Adult Costs

    Its costs R990 per adult.

  • Child Costs

    Its costs R660 for children under 12.

What The Cruise Offers

False Bay is a calm, sheltered haven for some of the most fascinating ocean giants on our planet: Southern Right whales, Humpback whales & Brydes whales.

Whilst Bryde’s whales are all-year-round residents, it’s the migratory Southern Right & Humpback whales that are the stars of our whale watching tours. This is because they are naturally curious, surface active and very often display their natural exuberance by lob tailing, sailing and breaching. Adding to this we often witness large mating pods and mothers teaching their babies to swim in the protected shallows; the main reasons for their migration.

We are the only licensed whale watching company in Simon’s Town & are permitted to approach and interact with whales alongside our boat (that is of course if they choose to – we always let them decide).
Our 20 years of experience on how best to approach and understand them will give you a memorable experience & an opportunity to take some amazing photographs. Of course your tour will be accompanied by our guide imparting a wealth of knowledge & interpretation of the animal’s behavior.

Out sighting rate in 2017 was 98%!
Our tour not only focuses on whales, we often encounter Common, Bottlenose, Dusky or humpback dolphins & very occasionally, their largest cousins, killer whales.

What Is Included:

  • exclusive experience as we are the only boat licensed to offer whale watching
  • rare opportunity to get very close to whales
  • guided by an experienced naturalist
  • opportunity to see other marine wildlife
  • highest safety standards
  • Light refreshments at no charge
  • scenic views of the Cape Peninsula
  • Highest safety standards

This trip operates from June to November.

  • Departure

    We depart twice daily at 10h30 and 14h00.

  • Duration

    The duration of the trip is 2,5 hours.

  • Adult Costs

    Its costs R990 per adult.

  • Child Costs

    Its costs R660 for children under 12.

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