Boulders BeachOur next pitstop was about 25 minutes away: Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town.Massive granite boulders on the beach & even in the water is how the name of this beach came into existence. What makes the beach truly rare, are its unusual residents – The African Penguins!Apart from other fun activities on the beach, you can also go swimming with these beautiful flippers who will enjoy the beach & the waters just as much as you would. An up-close & personal encounter is what makes for a unique and unforgettable experience. It’s so much more than just another day on the beach!Boulders and its surrounding beaches are a part of the Table Mountain National Park Marine Protected Area, thus ensuring the beaches are safe and clean, and the penguins protected.
One of the other unique beaches that you can visit is Boulders Beach. The reason it is unique is that you can interact with Penguins - Yes you read that right. Boulders beach is the only place in the world where you can get close to the African Penguins. It is the most visited beach in South Africa and if you pay a visit I can assure you that you wouldn't be disappointed. You may feel like stealing one of the penguins but you can't.
After this go to Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope.This is the southernmost part of Cape Town.This is the point where Atlantic and Indian Ocean meets. This is also very famous for hiking and the views are breathtaking.If you have more days at hand do give hiking a try.You can go up to the oldest lighthouse through Funicular .Here the two current of wind flows from the opposite directions so there are very very heavy winds.This place was so splendid and mesmerizing.You can spend hours here.
At there we explored ,, penguins..