Stopped en route to the airport Penguins easy to see as were a young family of dassies To ‘do the walk ‘ and see more you pay a small fee R20 - try and take the right money as the guy behind the desk was...More
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We kinda found this place by accident as we were travelling a alternative route back from De Kelders to Hout Bay... and what a find so much happening and a sanctuary for so many different animals and birds alike café and toilets on site as...More
The penquins are such a treat - it's truely incredible being able to see them close-up in their natural habitat. It is a memorable sight seeing them swimming, preening themselves, soaking up the sun..... On the slipway were probably a hundred penquins and then you...More
A great place to get very close to South African Penguins, but also other species of Gull, Cormorant, and Geese. Would definitely love to go back.
Betty's Bay/ toney Point is a good alternative to Boulders Beach, you can walk alongside the Penguins... you need to follow the paths but still feel close enough. Nice experience.
We found lots of penguins on the slipway here, before you get to the paid entrance as well as surfers sharing the water. There is a boardwalk constructed which goes less than 100m which you pay to enter. We didn't have time but saw plenty...More
we stopped off on the whale route at Betty's bay just for a look and came across the Penguins what a lovely surprise and well worth going out of your way to see them
Penguins! You can see so many of these adorable guys for only R20. Great to see them in the wild instead of an aquarium, but still in a protected space. There isn't much else out there though. We stopped as part of a tour that...More
Fantastic to see the penguins wandering around free but also protected from harm. I arrived late in the day and just made it before they closed off access to the public to give the penguins some peace for the night.