Departing from Central Beach with an exciting launch, our ecological adventure travels east past the bird sanctuary and Keurbooms Beach to Arch Rock. Here you may encounter Bottlenose dolphins and the rare Indo-Pacific Humpback dolphins, as well as some shark species.
From Arch Rock move into the middle of the Bay where pelagic seabirds are found some 7km from the shore. In season, this is the spot to locate resident Brydes whales as well as Common dolphins and Southern Right or Humpback whales. Traversing the Bay to the point of Robberg Peninsula, we cruise out to the wild side, keeping an eye out for additional sightings of whales, and dolphin pods.
Travelling back along the inside of Robberg, appreciate the landscape’s unique geology from your unusual viewpoint and observe the growing Cape Fur Seal Colony. Finally, we make our way back along the Robberg beach, while a brief rundown on the history of the area is given. After passing the Beacon Island Hotel, built on the site of an original Whaling Station, our experience ends with an exhilarating landing on Central Beach.