Meeting all the penguins on the beach in Cape Town should be on your bucketlist!
Can you see penguins in hot Africa? Come to South Africa~
Can you see cute penguins without going to the ice and snow in the South Pole? Pandy came to the southernmost country in Africa: South Africa, just in the town of Simon, 20 km south of Cape Town, famous for [Penguin Beach]
South Africa Cape Town is a vibrant city, with warm sunshine and charming harbor making it a very famous tourist city~
Penguin Beach Story
11982, fishermen in Simons town The penguins were first discovered here. After expert analysis, they are most likely to drift from the Antarctic through the dangers. Under the protection of local residents and the government, penguins have continued to multiply, and the number has now exceeded 3,000.
2 African penguins don't have to endure the cold like the distant relatives of the Antarctic penguins, and they are struggling to find food. They shake their bodies and enjoy the pleasant climate of South Africa. When they are hungry, they dive into the sea to find sardines and anchovies; when they are sleepy, they lie down. Take a nap on the silver-white beach. The embarrassing look is really fascinating.
1 Stop and walk along the seaside path of Penguin Beach, see the sea and the beach, full of cute figures of penguins;
2 and penguins come A group photo, this is the unique penguin in Africa
3 Tasting food in a nearby restaurant~ Is it a very special experience to watch a small animal with a lovely figure?
From the Cape Town area, there is basically no public transportation in Penguin Beach. It is recommended that you have a taxi or self-driving, half an hour from the city centre of Cape Town.
Seeing penguins in the natural environment is much more comfortable than in a cage. The sidewalks are great for watching penguins in the jungle and beaches. Although overcrowded, it does not affect everyone's mood to watch the penguins. There is a little penguin who completely ignores human beings. When he wants to walk into the crowd, several children follow along the way, so that the power of the wild will restrain their hands from touching or hugging. For animal lovers, this is a very unique experience.
Returning to the Cape Town from the Cape of Good Hope, you can get close to the penguins at Foxy Beach in Simon's Town, which can only be found on the coastline of southern Africa (South Africa and Namibia). It is said that these penguins are currently on the verge of extinction, only about 2,000, so the penguins are protected by Cape Nature Conservation
Located about 3 km southeast of Simons Town, picturesque;
Opening hours: April to September 8:00-17:00, October to November 8:00-18:30, December to January 7:00-19:30;
Too close to a penguin, it is possible to be picked up by it, be careful;
South Africas Penguin Beach is on the way to Cape Town from Cape Town, a quiet town called Simons Town.
# Penguin Beach, this beach is the habitat of the black-footed little penguin. Looking down on the bridge, you can see the full record of the little penguins.
When returning to the shore, the walking posture is very interesting. The penguins in the sea surf, play, eat or enjoy the sun on the beach. The camera around them only hears the card. Sound, a lot of laughter.
compared to Australian penguins
There is no question that the 3,000 African penguins who hang out here own this piece of Simon’s Town; you just get to visit. Walkways along this seashore keep you from disturbing the nesting sites but you still get very close to these bold and captivating birds. Few things are more adorable than a penguin. A whole colony of them can overwhelm the brain’s cuteness receptor but Boulder’s Beach is worth the risk.