The sight that all operators wait for – Humpback Whales returning to Algoa Bay. Sightings in 2018 occurred from late May 2018 – as the humpback Whales migrated up the coast towards Madagascar and Seychelles – to to early January 2019 as they cruised down the coast on their way home again. The return home is always exciting as the big males cruise down the coast – relaxed away from Mom and Baby and endlessly curious they breach, spy-hop and (sometimes) use the vessel as a scratching post. Lucky are the guests who get to see Mothers feeding Calves as they cruise through Algoa Bay on their way home.
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