R1,155.00 R1,040.00 Includes VAT

Seal Snorkeling

A minimum of 4 passengers required for this cruise to depart.
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Please note that a minimum of 4 Passengers are required for this cruise to depart. However, this does not mean that you have to buy 4 vouchers, but upon redeeming it, there has to be at least 3 other passengers boarding for the boat to sail on this cruise.

Experience one of Cape Town’s unique adventures: snorkelling with Cape Fur Seals! The Adrenalised team are keen to share the beauty of Cape Town’s Atlantic coastline, followed by an up close and personal snorkelling adventure in the ocean with its most playful mammals, the seals. On the exhilarating speedboat trip, you will also have the chance to see whales, penguins, sunfish and seabirds as we make our way from our base in the V&A Waterfront to the Cape Fur Seal colony at Oudekraal, just past Camp’s Bay.


  • Minimum Age: 10 years or older
  • No experience is needed for snorkelers but you must be a competent swimmer.
  • Motion sickness is a problem for some people, so please be aware of this.


  • 2 Hours with 30 minutes snorkeling time with the Cape Fur Seals.

What to Wear / Equipment

  • Bring a bathing suit, towel, cap, sunglasses and sun screen.
  • Wear protective clothing appropriate to the weather conditions.
  • We will provide you with all of the Aqualung snorkelling equipment including a Mask, Snorkel, Wetsuit, Booties, Gloves, Fins and Hoodies.

Group Size / Spectators

  • Minimum of 4 and a maximum of 8 snorkelers.


  • The best time of year for Oudekraal is in the Cape Town summer months from October to April and we run daily trips from the V&A Waterfront weather dependant.

Trip Times

  • 08:30 to 10:30
  • 11:00 to 13:00

Seal Snorkelling Experience Includes:

  • High speed boat ride.
  • Informative briefing on seals.
  • Informative briefing regarding snorkeling equipment and use.
  • Dive guides.
  • Hot chocolate and biscuits
  • Bottled water.
  • All snorkeling equipment.


  • Expeditions are weather dependent.