Biodiversity Wine Initiative
Situated just an hour outside of Cape Town, in Simons Town, you will meet our free roaming colony of unique and endangered African Penguins.
Shifted from the vulnerable to endangered species list, African Penguins began heading toward extinction when Industrial Fishing started in the Cape, so to encounter them roaming freely on bright and breezy day on the beautiful sandy shores of Boulders Beach is nothing less than spectacular.
The Boulders Penguin Colony is one of only a few in the world, making it a famous international tourist destination. Made up of inlets between granite boulders this sheltered bay is open to the public with a penguin viewing area and 3 boardwalks. While there are a number of restaurant and accommodation options nearby for your convenience, why not opt for a picnic on the beach after you’ve visited the Penguins?
Dress CodeCasual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat, light jacket.
IncludeRangers on PatrolSafe Beach
Not IncludedWedding VenueRock PoolsChildrens ActivitiesWine TrailsPre-Arranged PicnicsGuided Bird WalksInterpretive Marine WalksMTB TrailGuided Eco Quad Biking TrailWhale Watching
Situated in Simon’s Town, which can be reached via the M4 (Main Road) from the city centre, although getting to Muizenberg via the M3 or the M5 are both quicker in road time. From Muizenberg, the M4 continues via Fish Hoek to Simon’s Town.
History of the City
Website For information on what you can do to help the plight of the African Penguin please contact SANCCOB on : +27 (0) 21 557 6155.Contact SANPARKS Tel: +27 (0) 21 786 2329