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Try one or more of a number of Outdoor Activities In And Around Simonstown, False Bay, Cape Town, South Africa


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Sea Kayaking in the Simonstown harbour and Kayak towards cape point

Sea Kayaking with the penguins, is just one of the amazing water activities to do in Simons Town. Just 2.3km from Roman Rock Studios to the Simons Town Waterfront. The departure takes place from the Simon's Town Waterfront , past the civilian and Naval Harbour and out to Boulder's Beach.

Read more about Sea Kayaking at Capepointroute.co.za (photos to and source: capepointroute.co.za)

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Horse-Riding Noordhoek

At Noordhoek beach they offer guided beach and trail rides on horseback. Explore the beautiful beaches at Chapmans Peak and Noordhoek , only 18.8km from Roman Rock Studios, and enjoy the amazing views.

More information can be seen on the Capepointroute.co.za website, by clicking here. All three photos Capepointroute.co.za

Famous Penguins colony returning from a swim Cape Town Penquins in Simonstown's Boulders Beach

Walk and Hikes

Simons Town offers outdoor lovers the opportunity to see more than just our lovely historical town. Short walks include a path to the Waterfall, just up the hill in Barnard Street and the Just Nuisance Grave side also starting on Barnard Street. The steps lead up the mountain all the way to the grave.

For a more challenging opportunity there is Swartkop or Black Hill Mountain. Allocated just above Boulders it is almost 600m high. The walk starts at the corner of Jan Smuts Drive and Churchill where the dirt road starts leading up the hill. A round trip can lead up to 2 to 3 hours.

For More information, visit the Simonstown.com website. Maps Simonstown.com

African Black Oystercatchers Copywrite Mike Fraser, Cape Point Bird Life Common Terns Cape Point Bird Life Copywrite Mike Fraser

Bird watching

Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve better known as Cape Point host a total of 279 species of birds and it has been recorded least 80 of which have bred.

The Cape Point is recognised as among the best places in the world to see oceanic seabirds close to shore.

More information can be seen on the africageographic.com website. Photos sourced on africageographic.com Mike Fraser

Famous Penguins colony returning from a swim Cape Town Penquins in Simonstown's Boulders Beach

Scuba diving - Pisces Divers

The PADI Five Star IDC dive centre is allocated 200m before the Simons Town Railway station on the Main Road in Simons Town. They offer PADI dive training from beginner to instructor level.

Diving equipment can be rented but are also available to buy a servicing workshop for all major brands, and an airfill and nitrox service. Dives includes Sevengill Shark Dives, a popular Cape Fur Seal Dive and Wreck diving.

More information can be seen on the piscesdivers.co.za website. Diving photos piscesdivers.co.za.

Famous Penguins colony returning from a swim Cape Town Penquins in Simonstown's Boulders Beach

Millers Point

Millers Point is the last easy access to the sea on the peninsula side. Millers Point is famous for numerous activities for example the two sandy coves, tidal pool, The Black Marlin restaurant, speed-boat launches, scuba diving, fishing competitions and a perfect pick-nick spot.

Millers Point was named after the owner Edmund Miller in 1825. Edmund Miller originally developed Miller Point into a whaling station, but the whaling operations were stopped in the 1850. The grounds remained unused apart from the occasional fishermen.

The land was sold to the Molteno family who used it as a family retreat and it was closed for the public. The land was donated to the city of conservation in 1961. It is now been integrated into the Table Mountain National Park.

More information can be seen on the wikitravel.org website. Photos wikitravel.org and horizoncottages.co.za

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