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Southern Right Whale breaching in False Bay, just off Simon's Town, South Africa.

Come to South Africa and experience some wonderful whale watching on our coast.

Great White breach in False Bay Cape Town, South AFrica

Feeding frenzy - Great whites come to the island to eat some of the cape fur seals that live there

Not so long ago we were privileged to have a pod Killer Whales seen from boats in Simonstown and from the road, as they were chasing dolphins for lunch. .    14 Holiday Things To Do With Kids In Cape Town

Not so long ago we were privileged to have a pod Killer Whales seen from boats in Simonstown and from the road, as they were chasing dolphins for lunch. 14 Holiday Things To Do With Kids In Cape Town

A Southern right whale breaches near the shore of Muizenberg Beach in False Bay, Cape Town, South Africa.

A Southern right whale breaches near the shore of Muizenberg Beach in False Bay, Cape Town, South Africa.

Dolphin Watching in Plettenberg Bay South Africa ~Saved by Galilee Guess (I was OVERWHELMED when I saw the number of dolphins!!! I got excited to see 1 or 2 in Southern California!!! Incredible!!!)

Dolphin Watching in Plettenberg Bay South Africa ~Saved by Galilee Guess (I was OVERWHELMED when I saw the number of dolphins! I got excited to see 1 or 2 in Southern California!

Bryde's Whale breaching

Come to South Africa and experience some wonderful whale watching on our coast.

Photos of Whales, Dolphins, Sea Birds around Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

A beautiful collection of photos of whales, dolphins and sea birds in Algoa Bay around Port Elizabeth taken by Lloyd Edwards of Raggy Charters.

Video of Whalewatching False Bay, Cape Town.   South Africa has become known for its' great whale watching over the years, mostly due to the warm and nutrient rich waters along the South African coastline. The whales that visit our shores like to feed and give birth to their young whilst migrating. Whale watching is seasonal and whales start arriving in Cape Town as early as the end of May, until the end of November. The peak months are September and October.

Video of Whalewatching False Bay, Cape Town. South Africa has become known for its' great whale watching over the years, mostly due to the warm and nutrient rich waters along the South African coastline. The whales that visit our shores like to feed and give birth to their young whilst migrating. Whale watching is seasonal and whales start arriving in Cape Town as early as the end of May, until the end of November. The peak months are September and October.

Whale Watching in South Africa; Video and Photo Guide

Whale Watching in South Africa; Video and Photo Guide

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