Penguins at Boulders Beach – South Africa

South Africa has got to be one of my most inspiring destinations on the map. As I spent hours, days and years for work exploring its culture, heritage, traditions, people, history, flora, fauna… in order to offer original news and experiences to the media and trade partners, I simply fell in love with the destination.

Boulders Beach, the Cape :  as I witnessed this moment of nature, our guide explained that researchers had separated two penguins by 800km. After weeks, the male found his way back from the Durban coast to the Cape to be with his female! Did you know that penguins are one of the most loyal creatures on earth?

L’Afrique du Sud est à mon sens une des  destinations les plus aspirationnelles au monde. En consacrant des heures, jours et années pour le travail à explorer sa culture, son héritage, ses traditions, ses peuples, son histoire, sa faune, sa flore… afin de proposer aux médias et partenaires des expériences et informations nouvelles, je suis tout simplement tombée amoureuse de ce pays.

Boulders Beach, Cap: en temoignant de cet instant de la nature, j’écoutait notre guide expliquer que des chercheurs avaient séparé deux pinguins de 800km. Quelques semaines plus tard, le male a retrouvé sa femelle malgré la distance qui les séparait entre les plages de Durban et le Cap! Saviez-vous que les pingouins figurent parmi les animaux les plus fidèles de notre planète?

Tried it. Loved it. Shared it.

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