Cape whale route to Hermanus
Cape whale viewing tours



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Viewing the Whales from the shore at Hermanus

We leave Cape Town and drive the 130km, coastal route, to the popular Whale breeding ground in Hermanus and Walker Bay.
Here the Whales can be seen from as close as 100m. The female whales come here to give birth and it is an amazing sight to witness the birth of a calf.

Tours operate Daily.(July - November)

Optional Stops.

  • Harold Porter Botanical Gardens (Bettys Bay) - Entrance Fee +-R30pp
  • Stoney Point Penquin Colony (Bettys Bay) - Entrance Fee R25pp
  • Hermanus Rotary Drive
  • Wine entrtance and or tasting - Entrance Fee +-R50pp per farm
  • Boat Whale Watching +-R800pp

What the whales might be seen doing
Spyhopping - poking just their heads out of the water.
Lobtailing - hitting the water with their tails
Sailing - sticking only their tails out of the water
Breaching - Jumping out of the water and landing on their backs

 

Driver/Guide and vehicle excluding entrtance and or tasting fees, lunches etc. for a 9-5 day
Private trips R4200 Total excluding entrances (1 or 2 persons) R200 per extra person (7 persons MAX)
1 person is R4200 Total excluding entrtance and or tasting fees, lunches etc. for a 9-5 day
2 persons is R4200 Total excluding entrtance and or tasting fees, lunches etc. for a 9-5 day
3 persons is R4400 Total excluding entrtance and or tasting fees, lunches etc. for a 9-5 day
etc.

R400 per hour thereafter by arrangement

Valid till 30 September 2019

Email us at 4capetour@gmail.com
or phone 082 954 4867

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