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Andrea
Andrea
August 23, 2018
Take a boat ride and watch the seals, maybe even whales
Lisa
Lisa
June 16, 2018
Boat trips from Hout Bay Harbour available regularly, weather permitting, taking tourists to see the large seal colony on seal island.
Anthony And Juliet
Anthony And Juliet
April 5, 2018
Unbelievable experience roaring off to seal island in an inflatable speed boat to spy on a remote colony where 74,00 Cape Fur seals breed in the middle of False Bay. With over 100 white sharks circulating around the Bay it is possible to witness one of these giants leap out of the water around seal…
Nabeela
Nabeela
September 10, 2016
enjoy a boat ride to seal island to see hundreds of seals
Ashlynne
Ashlynne
June 28, 2016
A great day to explore nature at its best!

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