Strawberry Rocks is an interesting dive site off Cape Town, South Africa. It is part of the Oudekraal Marine Protected Area and consists of two rock formations, swim-throughs, and kelp forests. The rocks are inhabited by fur seals, the main stars of the site.
The site can be reached by shore and depth ranges from 8 to 15 meters/26 to 50 feet. The water averages 12 degrees Celsius/53 degrees Fahrenheit and can be as cold as 8 degrees Celsius/46 degrees Fahrenheit.