Not only home to an abundance of Whales, the coastline of Plettenberg Bay is also home to a variety of other marine wildlife. When travelling outside of Whale season (June – November), you may wish to join an Ecological adventure which goes in search of these other magnificent and graceful creatures. Your journey heads to Arch Rock where you usually encounter Bottlenose and the rare Indo-Pacific Humpback dolphins, as well as some shark species. From Arch Rock you head into the middle of the Bay where pelagic seabirds are normally to be found some 7km from the shore. Out there the resident Bryde’s whales may be seen, as well as Common dolphins. Cruising back along the inside of Robberg, admire the unique geology from this unusual viewpoint and observe the growing Cape Fur Seal Colony. Finally, you head back along the Robberg beach, while you are given a brief rundown on the history of the area.