I Do Like To Be By The Seaside South Africa 2018




Wonderful to see African Penguins in Africa!



One of the many, many great things about a Birdwatching Trip to South Africa is the amazing variety of wildlife and scenery encountered. We started our tour in the desert, crossed two mountain ranges and found ourselves on the stunningly beautiful coast! All these habitats packed with birds and wildlife.


A stunning setting for our penguin watching - Betty's Bay.




Great excitment as we walked out onto the headland.






This young African Penguin looks very different to the adults.






Of course much more to see at the wonderful location - Cape Cormorant.




Much smaller Crowned Cormorants were resting on the rocks close to the path.




Hartlaub's Gulls with a Grey-headed Gull showed nicely.




These cute young rock hyrax were on the rocks next to the penguins.




Not far from the penguins we enjoyed another amazing wildlife spectacle.




Southern right whales just off the rocks mind blowing!









South Africa has so much wildlife the wonderful sights just kept coming on this amazing tour. So many wonderful memories that will live long in the memory and we can't wait to return. We would love you to join us on our Birdwatching Trips, please email us here...

info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk

We offer wonderful bird and wildlife holidays throughout the year to an amazing variety of destinations. Everything from a day trip in North Wales to see such wonderful birds as Puffins, Black Grouse, Chough, Dippers, Ring Ouzels and more to mind-blowing safaris in Africa, bird pack adventures in Ecuador, beautiful wide open spaces of Spain and so much more! Please see our tours pages or drop us a line and we can put together the perfect trip for you, Alan and Ruth



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