We had an incredible journey today through the Eastern Cape to Africa’s southwesternmost point.
We started early this morning on a bus drive south to Chapman’s Peak.
We then continued on to Simon’s Town, where we went sea kayaking.
After about an hour’s paddle, we reached Boulder’s Beach, home to a large colony of endangered African penguins.
We saw several nesting.
The chicks grow quickly and soon reach the size of adults. You can tell them apart by their downy brown feathers.
South Africa is a land of amazing diversity – in wildlife, culture, and geography. In just 24 hours, you can swim among African penguins, track uncommonly beautiful mountain zebras, and enjoy tastings at some of the world’s most acclaimed wineries.
Join us this March for a magnificent journey in this land of discovery. You’ll start out in historic Cape Town, taking in a spectacular view of rocky peaks and blue ocean from the top of Table Mountain. Home to some of the richest biodiversity in the world, the Table Mountain range has more plant species than the entire United Kingdom. Other activities in the Cape include: