As we did a day trip to the cape of good hope obviously we thought this is a must do while being in cape down. I was pretty disappointed when we arrived and it was packed with people. Ok we have been there on a...More
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This is an amazing place to see hundreds, if not thousands of penguins in their natural habitat. It is very well laid out with two boardwalks (one wheelchair friendly) but it is worth the effort of taking the alternate route up and down the stairs...More
A morning spent here is perfect to unwind and sit and enjoy the beautiful beach with fantastic boulders all around you. Little penguins hiding under boulders, swimming in the pools. It is magical to have nature at its best. A must do attraction, not at...More
Very charming and extensive opportunities to see the penguins in various situations as the pathways run through their nesting grounds and down to the beach.
Boulders is one of the best beaches in CT ... however, as it is so small it is best to go during the week to be on what is like paradise on earth. Sheltered from the SE wind it is the perfect beach to enjoy...More
This quaint and protected spot is worth a visit in its own right, but the main attraction is the penguins, who are adorable. Be brave enough to swim or clamber around from the main beach as you'll see more of the birds.
We went on a half day Peninsula tour and Boulder Beach was included. After the entrance, you walk on a wooden path towards the beach where all the Penguins are! There were so many of them! But also a lot of people around us -...More