This private tour for couples or small groups traveling together takes you to the town of Hermanus, the Whale Capital of South Africa.This scenic drive runs along the apple-growing part of the Western Cape after crossing the spectacular Sir Lowry's Pass. This is the area where we may spot the'Blue Crane, National bird of South Africa.After spending time doing rock whale watching in Walker Bay, wine tasting in the "Hemel - en - Aarde" Valley follows. Should you choose, you can have a light lunch on an estate (not included). On the way back you make a stop for penguin viewing. Time permitting, wine tasting at another estate follows. The very scenic Clarence Drive takes you into the Mother City.
Leave Cape Town behind to take a marine cruise where you can see great white sharks, whales, Cape fur seals and a variety of seabirds. On a 2-hour cruise from Gansbaai, ply the waters of Shark Alley to see great whites as they hunt for seal snacks. Then travel to hotspots to see whales, African penguins and other seabirds around Dyer Island and Geyser Rock. Expert guides show you the best of this amazing South African marine wilderness.
Enjoy a private day trip to Hermanus which is world famous for its abundant sea life including Southern Right Whales in season. Spend 2-3 hours on a luxury boat with a whale specialist on board and enjoy the possibility of sightings of humpback whales, Brydes whales, dolphins, sharks, seals and other sea life. Walk along the cliff path, have lunch at the waters edge and return via the scenic seaside villages of Kleinmond, Betty's Bay, Rooi Els and Gordons Bay. This round trip is one of those essential experiences for visitors to Cape Town and it includes your qualified and registered tour guide at the helm of a luxury air-conditioned vehicle.
This private 9-hour seasonal tour guided tour for couples, families or small groups traveling together takes you to the town of Hermanus in Walker Bay. Hermanus is known as the "Whale Capital" of South Africa. The Southern Right Whales migrate to the coastal waters of South Africa from the Antarctic to calve and nurse their young. These mammals, only a few feet from the shore, provide an unsurpassed whale watching opportunity. This tour includes a panoramic drive along two stunning mountain passes to Hermanus, as well as along the coast of False Bay, one of the most beautiful drives in South Africa. On the way back an African penguin colony is visited followed by a spectacular mountain drive on the way to Cape Town.
Take this opportunity to go whale watching from one of the best land based viewing spots in the world, Hermanus. From July to November the Southern Right Whale comes to breed in this seaside town, just outside of Cape Town. You will also have time time to explore the fishing and holiday town of Hermanus and stop for a wine-tasting.