Feed a sea turtle in the Two Oceans Aquarium — this fascinating and a bit extreme adventure will leave lots of impressions on you.
Feeding animals is a thrill not only for children, but also for adults. In the Two Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town you have a unique opportunity to feed a giant sea turtle. This creature is slow and clumsy on land, whereas in water, it transforms and turns into a great swimmer and diver.
Sea turtles feed on crustaceans, mollusks, algae, sea sponges and fish. Please note, that the turtle eats only in water, so the brave hearts who dare to experience this adventure will have to wear a special suit for snorkeling and scuba gear on the back. There is no doubt that you will remember this adventure for a long time.
Where to do?
Two Oceans Aquarium
The underwater forest of algae, a glass tunnel, a shark show, 30 pools — in Two Oceans Aquarium they know how to astonish any audience.9
Tips and hints
take a proper care during feeding. The beak, which is the correct word for the mouth of a turtle, is a tool that it uses to find and capture food.
More things to do in Cape Town
Treat yourself to the national food of South Africa. You can find it everywhere as it is the popular type of meat among locals and guests of the city.9
Find protea – the symbol of the RSA
Look for the wonderful flower protea growing on the hillslopes. This plant of various forms and colors is the symbol of the Republic of South Africa.FREE5Table Mountain
Go white shark diving
Go for a diving to meet the white sharks, — a cold shiver down your spine from the thought that you are separated only by flimsy metal rods :) 150010
"Warning, please look under your vehicle for penguins!" - this sign meets you at Boulders Beach - the African penguins' home. 6519Boulders Beach
If you come to Cape Town, be sure to try rooibos. The plant used to make this drink may soon vanish from the face of the earth.13
Diving in the Sardine Run
Go scuba diving in the waters by Cape Point during the so called Sardine Run and become a witness of an extraordinary natural phenomenon. 4308019Cape Point
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