We had a very special early morning tour today and what an incredible sunrise it was, revealing a day that was going to be filled with outstanding Humpback interactions! Early arrivals into the bay were busy communicating with impressive peduncle slaps while a young whale was enjoying a seaweed facial and seemed in bliss as he rolled around on the surface enjoying the sensation of the seaweed against his skin. On our final tour for the day we sighted two young male Humpbacks practicing breaching, tail slapping and peduncle slapping for 90 minutes straight!
From sunrise to sunset we enjoyed the beauty of Flinders Bay and the magnificent Humpback Whales that spend a few moments of their busy lives visiting this part of the world. To watch such incredible behaviours as these whales communicate to each other across the bay is a true privilege and we can happily say The Language of the Whales is our favourite language to learn and watch!