The reserve at Cape Cross is a great opportunity to see the Cape fur seals on beaches or in the water in Namibia.
More than 80 000 sea lions are indeed sprawled on the rocks and sand of Cape Cross, all in a marine atmosphere.
The Cape Cross is open from 10am to 17h (pay site N $ 20 in 2005).
The duration of visit Cape Cross depends on your ability to endure the smell of the sea lion colony.
Quick Tip: A piece of cloth over the nose and the observations of sea lions will be more enjoyable.
Cape Cross is accessible from the C34 road which connects the Skeleton Coast Park Swakopmund.