Protected African penguins are in their natural habitat and easily viewed for wood walkways going over and around their habitat. This place is very educational and fun to go and watch the penguins and how they live.
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Perhaps it was a bad day but I expected there to be more penguins. Don't get me wrong there were plenty of photo opportunities but was it worth the trip - no, not for me.
This is a beautiful place to see the Penguins closely. They are an amazing species. A bit expensive though. Cost R75 per person. Costs only R20 at Stony Point if you driving to through Hermanus.
Really enjoyed watching these penguins in their natural habitat. A beautiful setting and would recommend for a short visit. Great.
They're called jackass penguins because they bray like donkeys. Yes, I heard it with my own ears. It's not raucous but it is a bit odd. These penguins mate for life and mother and father take turns nurturing the newly hatched babies for about six...More
Visited after hours of the main sanctuary so instead went on the public beach- virtually alone!!! There were dozens of penguins there, fantastic interaction, wonderful pictures, bliss!
We used the public parking lot that is at the end of the boardwalk. As you start down the boardwalk and you look in the direction of the beach, you will see penguins that are nesting up close to and within sight of the boardwalk....More