Paid 70 rand to go see these little guys but it was worth it. The penguins were EVERYWHERE and it was amazing to see them swim out of the water or just simply walk around. I would have loved to actually get on the beach...More
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We came to Boulders Beach as part of our Cape Peninsula Tour. The small entrance fee of 70R pp is worth the visit as I haven't seen so many African penguins in the wild before. Just love the way they waddle! They look so cute!
Was here with the family (of 5), and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We have visited places in New Zealand, for example, to look at penguins but this is a really nice one for getting up close to them.
Drive a few minutes out of Cape Town, park the car and walk less than 10 minutes down a safe boardwalk - and there they are - several (at least a hundred) African penguins sunning themselves, swimming and so close. Easily accessible for seniors. Go...More
Boulder Beach lays claim that this is the most accessible penguin colony in the world. I have no ideas, but it is fairly simple. You pay 70 Rand to enter the reserve, make you way along a wooden boardwalk. On a very short walk to...More
We had a stop by Boulders Beach to watch the penguins... we enjoyed the visit and watching them for a period of time. We went with a group as a part of our vacation so I am not sure how much the cost was as...More