Walvis Bay, Ocean Adventure Tour.

Some pics from the boat trip I took around the Walvis Bay, the biggest and busiest port on the West Coast I was told. There were loads of dolphins, protected seals, pelicans, cormorants and even a lone whale. The guide Bennie was incredibly informative, passionate about marine life and actively involved in the protection thereof. The handful of seals that jumped onto the boat for feeding, had all been rehabilitated by him after being harmed by fishermen or boats. It truly was a special encounter. Especially with that pelican – what a cheeky thing. Cold and freezing though it was!

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The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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