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This place is well known not only for the boulders millions of years of age. Its main attraction is a colony of African penguins.
This bay will give odds to many famous beaches of the world. Thousands of giant granite boulders rest on the white sands, the age of these rocks is more than 540 million years. Moreover, Boulders Beach can boast of another feature – a colony of more than three thousand African penguins.
The beach is located in the Table Mountain National Park and is a part of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. While penguins nest along the coast, next door to them there is a protected area where baboons, antelopes, ostriches and monkeys can live together.
For tourists’ convenience, there is a parking lot and a specialized center, where you can get comprehensive information about penguins.
The cost of the visit to Boulders Beach is 65 Rand.
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"Warning, please look under your vehicle for penguins!" - this sign meets you at Boulders Beach - the African penguins' home.ZAR 6519
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Boulders Beach on the mapLocation: 1 Kleintuin Road
Phone: +27 21 786 2329
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