Seal Island
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Our most recommended Seal Island Outdoor Activities

The Cape Town Official City Pass

1. The Cape Town Official City Pass

Explore the best of what Cape Town has to offer. Choose either a 2, 3, or 5-day City Pass, giving you free entry to over 80 of Cape Town’s top attractions to experience. If you are serious about exploring the heart of Cape Town, this is an opportunity not to be missed. Save money with the Official Cape Town City Pass.  You'll find there's something for everyone.  Just some of the over 90 attractions and experiences include: • Free transport, for the duration of your pass, on the City Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off bus which takes you to over 80% of the attractions. • Table Mountain Aerial Cableway • Sunset Champagne Cruises • V&A Waterfront Seal and Harbour Cruise • LaGuGu Township Tour • Zeitz MOCAA Museum of Contemporary African Art • The Cape Wheel • Two Oceans Aquarium • World of Birds • Seal Island Cruises • Crocodile Farm • Hard Rock Café • Jolly Roger Pirate Boat • &Bikes Food Bicycle Tour • South African Museum • Slave Lodge • District Six Museum • And much more If you select the Premium option, you can choose one of the following exclusive experiences:   • Great White Shark Cage Diving • Big 5 Safari • Cape Town Helicopters • Whale Watching • Snorkelling with seals and speedboat ride • and many more

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Cape Town: Shark Cage Dive

2. Cape Town: Shark Cage Dive

This half-day tour, just outside Cape Town, allows you to see a variety of shark species throughout the year according to the seasons, weather, water temperature, and other factors. Venture to Seal Island or Cape Point to see seven-gill cow sharks, mako sharks, blue sharks, and great white sharks. The location for the day will be determined by the best shark activity and sea conditions and will be confirmed with you the day before your trip. A small group of guests onboard allows for better viewing opportunities and a longer cage dive. The cage accommodates four guests comfortably and is fixed to the boat just above the surface of the water.

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Simon's Town: Seal Island Boat Tour

3. Simon's Town: Seal Island Boat Tour

Go on a boat trip from Simon’s Town to Seal Island. Discover the 60,000-strong population of Cape Fur seals that gives the island its name. At the start of your cruise, you will be able to see African Penguins swimming to or from their feeding grounds and see the Roman Rock Lighthouse before heading off to Seal Island. You will also spy diverse seabirds, whales, dolphins, sunfish, and many other species of marine wildlife. Relax on board a 30-foot catamaran with a walk-around cockpit, allowing for good freedom of movement around the vessel. In the enclosed cabin there is an electric-flush toilet and double bed to make your time at sea as comfortable as possible.

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What people are saying about Seal Island

We went t Cape Town for a holiday (visiting family). Don’t know what prompted it, but looked into the hop on hop off option, and decided on the 5 day pass. Best thing we could’ve done. Got to do SOOOOO much stuff, which made all the difference to a bleh holiday ad an awesome one. EVERYTHING was great. It was all perfect

Almost everything went smoothly. When booking the helicopter sightseeing flight included in the premium package, we did need 3 attempts to get an appointment. But that also fit perfectly. We have made a lot of plans for the 5-day premium pass, but have also been able to experience a lot with the pass.

The City Pass contains all the major sights of the city and beyond. The hop-on / hop-off bus is also included, it really leads you to all the beauties of the city.

A good insight into Cape Town. You can look at everything in a relaxed manner and decide what you want to see in more depth. An absolute recommendation!

Very useful ticket provide transport and inclusive admission to numerous attractions in and around Cape Town.