Eastern Cape Whale Watching

Situated between Western Cape and KwaZulu Natal, the Eastern Cape is the second largest of South Africa's 9 provinces. Show on Map

Destinations in Eastern Cape


Dolphin and Whale Watching

Where? Port St Johns
Rod Hastier has worked for the Natal Sharks Board for many years and will teach you amazing things about sharks and dolphins. He is an excellent skipper with 20 years experience. Contact him for an ...

Watch Whales and Dolphins play

Where? St Francis Bay
Mark your footprints on the sunlit sand of St Francis Bay while watching whales make waves in the inviting warmth of the Indian Ocean. Dip your toes in the ripples and hold your gaze steady for the ...

Whale Watching In The Eastern Cape

Where? Bluewater Bay
Between July and December of every year, the Eastern Cape coastline is frequented by Southern Right Whales and Humpback Whales. These animals glide past the shore; breaching, lobtailing and spy-hopping as ...

Whale Watching off the PE Coast

Where? Port Elizabeth
This is a full day excursion of Whale Watching off the Port Elizabeth Coast available from Afrika Unique Tours. You can view the full itinerary at Whale Watching off the Port Elizabeth Coast. View from ...

Whale Watching with Raggy Charters

Where? South End
Raggy Charters is the only licensed boat-based whale watching vessel in Port Elizabeth offering customers a 3-4 hour boat ride where you’ll have the opportunity to see whales, dolphins, seals, sharks, penguins ...

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