Hermanus Whale Watching Tour

Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1 : Cape Town – Hermanus
* Meet our representative at your hotel in Cape Town
* Travel to Hermanus by the Indian Ocean in less than 90 minutes' drive via the N2
* Whale season between August & November attracts tourists from all over the world
Land and whale boat watching can be enjoyed
* Back to your lodge
Overnight at Hermanus

DAY 2 : Hermanus
* Breakfast at your lodge
* Day at leisure by Hermanus beach / beach road
Overnight at Hermanus

DAY 3 : Hermanus – Cape Town
*Breakfast at your lodge
*Check out, meet our representative and travel to Cape Town ( or Cape Town airport )
*Visit the Harold Porter Botanical Gardens on the way back from this whale watching tour. This Botanical Gardens boasts the King Protea (South African National Flower)
* Arrive to Cape Town afternoon

About Hermanus Whale Watching
Whale season between August & November attracts tourists from all over the world. Land and whale boat watching can be enjoyed in the holiday town of Hermanus. The Southern Right Whale and the Humpbacked whale comes into our waters to mate and calve every year during these months and it is a sight to be enjoyed by all who love animals. Hermanus has established itself as one of the continents most desired tourist destinations. But there is far more to this bustling seaside town than whale watching. Join us on a tour that includes dramatic mountain passes, beautiful coastal estuaries, secluded seaside retreats of the rich and famous and one of the most scenic coastal roads in the world.

A cliff path stretching from the one side of the town to the other, hugs the coastline for about 12 km giving whale watchers unlimited opportunities to study and get within 20 m of the gentle giants in the coves below or lolling just beyond the breakers.

Telescopes situated alongside the Old Harbour Museum makes it possible to survey the entire Walker Bay and the whales and dolphins at close range.