We will introduce information on popular tourist spots during your trip to Simon’s Town. A small town in the southernmost tip of South Africa. It is located on the outskirts of Cape Town and has a population of about 6,500. It is home to an important naval base and port, making it a strategic location. There are many white people living there, and it is said that more than half of the population is white. It is a town with a beautiful coastline and a very beautiful view. The language spoken is mostly English.
Simon Town is located on the tip of the Cape Peninsula, near Cape Town. Cape Town is very close to the city. You can get there by train departing from Cape Town Central Station. This area of the airport offers a variety of accommodations, restaurants, hotels and nature. The penguin colony is worth checking out. Group tours are also organized.
Sightseeing Spot 1: Simon’s Town Museum
A small history museum. There are many resources about Simon’s Town. Historical materials and crafts are on display. There is also an affordable light meal area. It is also quite close to the Maritime Museum.
Sightseeing Spot 2: Navy Museum
Exhibits of collections and relics related to South African maritime history. The South African Navy Museum was opened by the Navy. There are torpedoes, anti-submarines, and artillery displays on display.
Sightseeing Spot 3: Boulders Beach
The biggest point of Boulders Beach is the African penguin. Penguins are an irresistible attraction for toddlers, with about 60,000 tourists visiting Simon’s Town each year to photograph and observe the penguins on Boulders Beach. From September to October, when we feed more at sea, the number of penguins found on the beach decreases.