Penguin Beach is part of the Cape Peninsula National Park, so you need to buy tickets. Adults 60 rand, Children 30 Rand open from December to January - "7:00-19:30, February to March, October to November - "8:00-18:30, opening time from April to September - "8:00-17:00 is the main attraction. Spotted ring penguin is a very cute species unique to South Africa. Penguin Beach is on the beach of Simon Town, along Bellevue Road, through the path beside the villa area, you can see a board, wooden road sign says "Welcome to Boulders", Boulders should mean boulders, so where do these boulders jump out of the sea, information shows, reefs have been formed for 540 million years. Penguin Beach is part of the Cape Peninsula National Park, so you need to buy tickets. Adults 60 Rand, Children 30 Rand, open from December to January - "7:00-19:30, February to March, October to November - "8:00-18:30, April to September - "8:00-17:00 is not to see penguins need to buy tickets. Introduce a shortcut, there is a trail on the right side of the Park gate, specially reserved. The only disadvantage for visitors who don't pay to see Spotted Ring Penguins is that the penguins are a little far away. After entering Penguin Beach, there is a souvenir shop on the left, full of small Penguin Plush toys, which makes people fond of it. On the right, there is a row of South African Penguin information photos. It simply shows that Cape penguin is different from Antarctic Penguin breeds. First, there are black stripes and black spots on the breast position of penguin, secondly, pink circles of eyes, which are very easy to distinguish. In addition, the article introduces the reasons why Cape penguin is different from Antarctic Penguin Bree The factors of geographical environment. The Penguin living area is fenced up, along a wooden walkway, gradually stepping into the beach where the penguins live. At the end of the walkway, there is a viewing platform. Looking at the sea, groups of penguin gentlemen burst into view. Here is their happy base camp.
South Africa is a very interesting place. There are lions and elephants, seals and penguins. Most importantly, the penguin observation point is located in front of the sea in the ordinary residential area. Equivalent to, eat a good dinner out of the garbage, you can see groups of penguins. Almost stunned face, there is more interesting than this.. See a pair of penguins, see a person walking around in a daze, see the hatchers, see swimming upstream from the sea, but also see the "cave".. On the side of the trail, you are too primitive ecology., really lovely. I like it. This place really has to go. You can see penguins from the residential area in Figure 1.
From April 7 to South Africa, South Africa's travel time is late autumn, the temperature difference is large, about 18 degrees in the morning and evening, and the need to wear a coat for fear of cold. It has been thought that only in Antarctica can we see penguins. When they come to Cape Town Penguin Ecological Reserve, South Africa, they are attracted by the swaying animals. This time is the incubation period of penguins, and the ecological reserve has about 1,000 meters. Long wooden walkway, visitors can walk along the walkway to watch the penguins on both sides, a small number of penguins will find a deep nest as a place to hatch, most penguins will gather on the beach to dig a pit, collective nesting, the scene is very interesting. You can see penguins everywhere in the Penguin Reserve. They are not afraid of visitors, but they are forbidden to throw any food into them, and do not litter to avoid damaging their living environment.
Many people don't believe there are penguins in South Africa, but there is a Penguin Island in Cape Town. It is said that many years ago, several penguins floated here from Antarctica through great dangers from the ocean. South Africans loved animals very much and raised them. They also gradually adapted to the tropical climate and settled down here. The penguins here are smaller than those in Antarctica, and they look cute and funny on the white beach. At present, it has become a tourist attraction. Perennial tourists keep on watching and shooting at close range. South African Penguin nickname: Spotted donkey Penguin (because it calls like a donkey's voice) habitat: Spotted ring penguins are found in South Africa and Namibia coastal waters and nearby islands, and occasionally wander to northern Angola and Mozambique during non-breeding periods. Reason: African penguins are the only penguins that have lived there for a long time. Mainly living in the ocean, the breeding season comes to the coast or island. Because the climate of the habitat is colder, many organisms can not live there normally.
The return trip from the Cape of Good Hope Reserve and the passage through the Penguin Reserve can be arranged for two hours. Tens of thousands of penguins inhabit the whole reserve. They can enjoy the penguin ecology at close range. Although they can not be touched, the penguin colony under the blue sea and sky is still very spectacular.
There are many lovely little penguins on the beach, on rocks, in the woods by the road, and you can see them when you enter the scenic spot. African penguins don't know if they're afraid of the heat. Anyway, it's very hot for me. Mother penguin is very hard, if you want to hatch eggs, you have to guard on the rocks. Once you leave your eggs, your baby may be picked up by seagulls and take pity on the world's parents. Penguins are really budding, super cute. But the more you get inside, the taste is really heavy. At the door, you can see one or two shaking heads, and some hiding behind the leaves. This is a very, very happy thing. When you come here, you must not miss the chance to get close contact with penguins.
Near a wealthy villa in Cape Town, South Africa, there is a Penguin Nature Reserve near the mountains and seas. In a relatively calm bay area, Penguin hatchery nests are constructed artificially in the seaside woods. On the beach, penguins dig a small pit to lay eggs. The unknown seabirds will take advantage of the moment when the penguins walk away to catch up with the thunderbolls. It's interesting that the eggs fly away, and the clumsy penguins sway back to the empty nest. The penguins here are a little like emperor penguins. They are small, and the protective devices are specially built for tourists. Tourists can't go down to the beach to affect the free life of penguins.
The number of penguins is said to have exceeded 3000. The abundant sardines and anchovies in the sea provide enough nutrition for penguins, and the protection of local governments has greatly increased the number of penguins in South Africa. Now it has become one of the famous tourist attractions in South Africa. Here you can see groups of penguins surfing, splashing, foraging or enjoying the sunshine on the beach. Compared with Australian penguins, South African penguins live in paradise, that is, they don't have to get up in the morning or go out in the dark to fill their stomachs. When South African penguins were hungry, they swam to the sea to look for food. It's cold. It's sunning on the silvery beach. People built a long corridor with wooden boards and went deep into the beach where penguins inhabited, so that visitors could swim among the penguins and watch the penguins at close range.
South African penguins are the second smallest in the world, unlike the penguins seen in the Changlong Animal World. The penguins here have different forms and live freely on the beach. Also found in their territory, a snake is not like a snake, lizards are not like lizard creatures, motionless, pat it at that time afraid of suddenly bouncing up.