Dyer Island Cruises

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Western Cape » Gansbaai
Adventure and Activity Tours

Dyer Island Cruises and Marine Dynamics are synonymous with quality marine wildlife experiences. Dyer Island Cruises is a boat-based whale watching and eco-marine tourism company based in Kleinbaai, a small harbour town that is part of Gansbaai, in the Western Cape.Dyer Island Cruises allows visitors an unforgettable experience to see whales, dolphins, seals, penguins and sharks, as well as many species of rare pelagic birds that reside close to the shore.Sister company Marine Dynamics is a shark-cage diving company (the area is one of the best in the world to see great white sharks in their natural habitat). The two companies provide access to a diverse area of learning and holistic insight into the challenges of ocean conservation. Founder and owner Wilfred Chivell is a committed marine conservationist.Wilfred works closely with a number of conservation bodies to address conservation challenges and improve living conditions for the local communities and wildlife, and has been instrumental in establishing the Marine Anti-Litter Campaign, the World Wide Fund for Nature – Southern African Sustainable Seafood Initiative, Faces Of Need charity, and the White Shark Foundation.

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  • 5 Geelbek Street
  • Gansbaai
  • Western Cape
  • 7220

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Bronwen

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Wilfred and his team run an excellent Fair Trade in Tourism accredited operation.

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