When you visit Cape Town, South Africa, you can’t miss Bolter’s Beach, a popular South African tourist destination with a colony of penguins, which attracts 60,000 tourists annually. Located in Simon’s Town, Western Cape, you’ll meet wild penguins protected by national parks.
African penguins, also known as African penguins, are 70 cm long. The top of the eyes is a little pink and the toddlers are very cute. You can see it at a very close distance, probably because you are used to humans. The African penguins breed in southern Namibia and the coast of South Africa.
For lunch, we recommend Boulders Beach Lodge and Restaurant, which is marked by a large penguins statue near Bolter’s Beach. Enjoy seafood on the terrace with a view.