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  Whale Watching Full Day

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Season: July to November

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This tour, which offers the possibility to see Whales, is unfortunately not available all year round (only from July to November)  but here is an alternative: the Marine Eco Tour. You will be able to observe & approach from a respectable distance the many animals living in the bay all year round without disturbing them. It is common to come across groups of dolphins, penguins, and sunfish and for the lucky ones, whales!

 

Depart: 08:00 – 09:00
Return: 17:30

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Wine tasting en route
  • Land Based whale watching
  • Whale-watching boat trip (optional)

 

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Wine tasting en route
  • Land Based whale watching
  • Sir Lowry`s Pass
  • Whale-watching boat trip (optional)
  • Tour Details
  • Whale-watching tours offer an exciting way to witness the majestic Southern Right whales that come to the Cape each season to breed and calve. Whale season typically runs between August and November in the Cape, and each season, large numbers of whales can be seen along the coast. The best place to see these creatures is along the famous Whale Route, which spans along the coastline passing Gordon’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Betty’s Bay en route to Hermanus.
  • 1. Fernkloof Nature Reserve & Harold Porter Botanical Gardens
  • This Cape Town tour include a visit to the beautiful Fernkloof Nature Reserve which spans 2000 hectares of mountain and coastal fynbos as well as a huge number of birds and smaller mammals. The Harold Porter Botanical Gardens is another highlight for nature-lovers, while on weekdays and Saturdays, a trip through the Hamilton Russell Wine Estate offers a glimpse into Hermanus’ viticulture. (1h)
  • 2. Hermanus
  • As one of the top destinations for whale-watching, Hermanus is perfectly positioned to offer the best viewing directly from the shore. You will be able to watch as these giants of the deep frolic in the waves, and launch out of the water to breach. (1h 30min)
  • 3. Whale Watching - The Southern Right Whale
  • The Southern Right whale got its name in the days of whaling many centuries ago – the size of the whale and the fact that it floated once it had been harpooned made it the ‘right’ whale for whalers to catch. There are around 3000 Southern Right whales left in the seas today. (1h 30min)
  • NB
  • This tour, which offers the possibility to see Whales, is unfortunately not available all year round (only from July to November) but here is an alternative: the Marine Eco Tour
  • You will be able to observe & approach from a respectable distance the many animals living in the bay all year round without disturbing them. It is common to come across groups of dolphins, penguins, and sunfish and for the lucky ones, whales!

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  • registered tour guide
  • transport in air-conditioned vehicle
  • entrance to Harold Porter Botanical Gardens
  • Lunch
  • Boat trip

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