Seal Island, Cape Town

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About Seal Island, Cape Town

Seal Island is one of the most popular places to visit in Cape Town, South Africa. Best recognized for its beautiful view and non-crowdy location, the Seal Island attracts many tourists. You can explore the breath-taking view of Cape Town from this point of interest.

How to reach Seal Island?

To reach, Seal Island, it is also possible to catch a local bus or metro from the nearest station. Frequent travellers suggest carrying a location map to explore the nearby tourist attractions in Cape Town. TripHobo provides you the overall information of Seal Island like its address, phone number, photos, timings, and tickets booking.

Seal Island Tickets Price and When to Get There

The ticket price or pass for visiting Seal Island is given in this page. It may vary depending on the season and crowd. It’s better to check the Seal Island tickets and opening hours in advance to avail the best offer. Whether you’re travelling with your family, friends or backpacking on a solo adventure, this page also provides you an idea of how much time you can typically spend here to experience the view and vibe. Tickets and visiting passes may come with different time slots and TripHobo allows you to book sightseeing and skip the line tours for Seal Island. You can also book the customized day tours for Seal Island from vendors like Get Your Guide, Viator and Musement.

Accommodations and Other Facilities Near Seal Island

On TripHobo, you can find the best hotels to stay near Seal Island in Cape Town. Ranging from budget friendly hostels to 5-star luxury suites and shared Airbnbs, here you can find perfect places to stay near Seal Island. Also, plenty of restaurants and coffee shops are available in the surrounding area. Don’t forget to try local street food and quick bites when you’re there. You may find popular bars and lounges open late night serving best brews in the Cape Town.

Other than this, TripHobo also helps you to find the local information near Seal Island, Cape Town like car parking options, public transportation, internet cafes and hospitals. You can easily check out the details of nearby pharmacies, ATMs and banks with 5-10 minutes of walk. With the help of our tourist map, you can easily locate the shortest route to Seal Island and modes of transportation around.

Know Before Planning a Trip to Seal Island

Seal Island is a must for solo backpackers and active travelers. Before your actual visit to this place, we recommend you plan your Cape Town trip online with our free Cape Town Trip Planner. Here you can create an awesome itinerary with popular points of interests, restaurants and other tourist attractions. We also offer customized Cape Town vacation packages created by real-time travelers and local tour experts which include a visit to Seal Island with an estimated trip budget.

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Seal Island, Cape Town Reviews

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  • Fishing around this area. Lots of seals to see, maybe a great white shark if you lucky.

  • Heavy meals not advised due to the rough seas.

  • Amazing experience And the boat trip too Lots of beautiful views of the inland from the sea Loved the shape the rocks took as the boat trip continued Highly recommended

  • I love seal island, Nice family day out! Its great catching a boat out to see the seals and tge coming back having luch and walking around the local market.

  • From Fish Hoek, we returned again to Hout Bay for a seal stop and queued up with the rest of the tourists for the rough-tough, rocky and water splashing ferry ride to Duiker Island, also known as Seal Island, to see the large colony of thousands of Cape Fur Seals in their natural environment. Copious of father, mother and children seals were just there right in front of us on the rocks and they were least interrupted with our over excitement including taking as many pictures while trying to keep our balance as the ferry rocked in the waving sea water.

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