The Afrikaans name, the Drakensberg, comes from the name the earliest Dutch settlers gave to the escarpment, namely Drakensbergen, or Dragons’ Mountains. The highest portion of the Great Escarpment is known in Zulu as uKhahlamba and as Maluti in Sotho (“Barrier of up-pointed spears”).
Cape Town definitely has no shortage of amazing beaches, but Boulders Beach in False Bay offers something extra special – a colony of African Penguins in all their smart dresses, waddling glory, right under your nose. In fact, it’s the only place in the world where you can get close to African Penguins.
Info sourced from https://www.capetown.travel/headline-boulders-beach/
Photo capture date & Location: 2014-10 The Peninsula
Photo capture date & Location: 2013-05 Kimiad Golf Course