This beach is called Cape Cross. Historical records say that when the Portuguese navigator arrived here in 1486, a cross was erected here in the name of the king, and this cape got its name. On this beach with an area of less than one square kilometer, there are 100,000 seals gathered throughout the year. The breeding season can reach hundreds of thousands or even more. The number and density of seals here are the world's largest. One. On the coastal reefs and in the huge waves on the seashore, there were patches of black seals everywhere, wriggling and tumbling, and it was magnificent. Here is the home of the seals, the kingdom of the seals, this magnificent strangeness. The sight, which can only be seen on this small beach in Namibia, is breathtaking.
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Namibia Travel | Come to a wonderful Swakopmund Cross Cape Sea Tour Location: Cape Cross, Cape Cross Location: Cape cross, Namibia How to get there: 1. Self-driving from Namibia’s capital Windhoek by driving around 4h 2. Self-driving The nearest airport, Walvis Bay International Airport, is about 1.5h3. Just report the sea project in the local tourism department [About Cross Point]: Cross Point is a small island on the south Atlantic coast of Namibia, 120 kilometers north of Swakopmund . This is a seal sanctuary of the Namibian government, so come here to go out to see the seals and sea animals are very popular here. [Experience at sea]: It is the first time to ride a steamer to gallop on the Atlantic Ocean. All kinds of seabirds that cannot be named are flying in the sky accompanied by a clear call. When I lowered my head, suddenly a dolphin raced with a ship. People were screaming, and they were not in a hurry to take pictures, deeply shocked by the power of the sea. This place is really the best place for dolphin watching. Most people with professional cameras want to take pictures of the beautiful and lively waves of dolphins chasing and playing. The waves slapped against the ship and stirred waves. We arrived slowly. In the deep sea area, the blue sea, blue sky and white clouds, the water and the sky are really spectacular. There is a seal sanctuary here, which is also the most concentrated area of Shanghai leopards in the world. Here you can see thousands of seals, slowly climbing from the sea to the coast to bask in the sun, walking, and an uproar. I was fascinated by the cute seals in front of me, but also moved by the gift of nature. There are also some gift shops on the coast. In short, this is the only first choice for Namibia to travel to the sea and experience the close contact between the sea and sea animals. Don’t miss it. Small Tips: 1. Even the sea breeze in summer is super big. It is recommended to bring a light down jacket. 2. Pay attention to safety on the ship and do not stretch out your legs and feet casually.