Do something really unique and swim with Penguins-only one place is possible in the world! Boulders Beach is the place to go in the National Park of Table Mountain, South Africa. Without a chance to meet this famous African Penguins colony, no visit to Cape Town is complete. The Boulders is a series of lovely secluded coves and beaches near Simonstown's picturesque village. On a Cape Point tour or on a self-drive scenic drive around the Cape Peninsula you can include this delightful destination. Boulders now fall under Table Mountain National Park protection to manage colony well-being, associated tourism, and the environment.
There's a wooden boardwalk around the perimeter that's universally accessible, but Foxy Beach is where you can watch the Penguins nest and move around. There is an information kiosk at the entrance to The Boulders and guided tours can be arranged from the main visitor center. The inlets are surrounded by forest walks and resting areas so you can enjoy the views of False Bay. Boulders Beach is a great choice for a day out-sheltered by the large rocks that look like giant marbles from wind, heavy waves and currents. False Bay's waters are warmer than on the seaboard of the Atlantic. You and your family can find a place to enjoy a picnic on the sand.
Maximum Temprature: 15.56 C
Clouds: clear sky
sunrise: 2019-06-19 05:51:25
sunset: 2019-06-19 15:43:39