SEAL SNORKELLING IN SOUTH AFRICA
Duiker Island is home to around five to ten thousand Cape Fur Seals. From the end of March through to the end of April, Seal pups begin to venture into the ocean and learn to swim, making this the best time for some great Seal interaction. These surprisingly fast swimming, agile, and playful mammals can swim up real close and fully interact in a playful manner with snorkelling humans. Note that the seals are not fed or trained in any way. They are wild animals behave naturally while in their own habitat.
For those that do not fancy going into the water, one can always come along, enjoy the ride, and observe human/seal interactions from the boat.