Snorkeling with Cape Fur Seals

Adri Meyer
Article By: Adri Meyer
a year ago
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If you love getting salty and experiencing nature, then this is the perfect activity for you! The cape fur seals are endemic to the region, and are incredibly curious and playful in the water, freely interacting with snorkelers. Cape Fur seals have the coast of southern Africa as there natural habitat - and are found nowhere else in the world. "Duiker" (Diver) Island in Hout Bay is home to about 5,000 seals, making it the ideal location for snorkelling with them. The Cape Fur Seals that you will encounter are not fed or trained, and are able to interact with snorkelers on their own terms. This is a safe activity, and snorkelers are guaranteed to see seals without sharks present. This is a wildlife adventure that brings you mask-to-whisker with playful and inquisitive wild animals- the dogs of the ocean. Photo source:
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  • 8 Albert Rd, Hout Bay, Cape Town, 7806, South Africa
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