wildlife spotting

Track Wild Otters in Cape Point

Track Wild Otters in Cape Point

Duration:2.5 hours total
Includes:1 ticket
Languages:Offered in English

About your host

I am Ter McCann, The "Otter Man". I live along the Coast of one of the biggest bay's in South Africa and I have been researching, photographing and protecting Cape Town's own's Wild Cape Clawless Otters and other Coastal Mammals for over 26 years. I really do love sharing the tracking and sightings of otters, baboons, penguins, seals, whales and wildlife, with small groups of visitors, nature…
Terry
Terry
Terry
Terry

What we’ll do

Rockpool Rambles Join me on a Rockpool Ramble tour in Cape Point to look for my wild Otters and learn how to track otters all over the world. I'll also show you fascinating facts about all the unique sealife along the seashore and in the rockpools and we may even see the Humpbacks, Brydes, Orcas, or Southern Right whales passing close by . We don't disturb or harm the wild animals in any…

What else you should know

Bring a day bag, camera, sunblock, sunhat, closed outdoor walking shoes, swimming clothes and a towel, a warm top, snacks, drinks, personal medication and cash for coffee and gratuities.

What I’ll provide

Tickets
Entry Ticket to the Cape of Good Hope Reserve, for each confirmed and paid up booking (1 Entry Ticket per person)

What to bring

Sunblock (and swimming clothes, in case you feel like a dip)
Outdoor Closed Walking Shoes - suitable for trail walking
A Camera, cellphone and a small pair of binoculars
Personal Medication, including any vitamin supplements for cramps.
A wide brimmed sunhat in neutral (not white) colours, to blend in with the terrain
A small hiking backpack or daypack to carry your items
Lunchtime Snacks or a nice picnic to enjoy after your tour.
Drinking water
Cash in South African Rands (ZAR), for snacks, gratuities, etc
Terry
wildlife spotting
₹5,549 per person
₹5,549 per person