So many penguins! Appreciated that there are raised walkways so you don't disturb the penguins' habit. Lots of room to walk and observe. Watch under your car for penguins on the way out.
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Great little beach, secluded and peaceful (apart from the tourists). It doesn't get too busy as its a bit of a drive from Cape Town city but it is worth it. The people at the gate who take the money are not friendly or professional...More
We made it with only an hour until closing but it was well worth the drive. You get close enough to walk beside the penguins and watch their entertaining behaviours. You must respect them or they'll try and bite! Rightfully so! There is a beach...More
I was really looking forward to visiting the beach and seeing the penguins but once we got there the excitement wore off, to walk along the beach and get a closer look at the penguins you had to pay (couldnt justify the cost). There is...More
it is one of the nice place to see the penguin watch them as much as you want till the day ends what a lovely creature one can adore them. user friendly place
We went here to see the penguins. But first thing you hear are the donkeys... It takes some time before you realize, these "donkeys" in the bushes are in fact the penguins. The place is touristic. They took 70 ZAR entrance fee per person. It...More
Boulders is a beach, a sanctuary, a restaurant, and a craft market. I have swum there, eaten there and dived there, and it never disappoints. The Cape waters a cold, but filled with life. This is a must for any visitor to Cape Town.