Full Day Hermanus Tour

This picturesque tour takes you over the mountains to the seaside town of Hermanus, set between the mountains and the sea.

Theme
Adventure & Sports
Start date
February 18, 2017
Duration
Full day
Groups
Yes

Hermanus

Hermanus is situated only 90 minutes’ drive from Cape Town on the southern coast of the Western Cape along the Cape Whale Coast Route. It is a seaside village that promises to enchant visitors all year round.

Hermanus offers some of the greatest land-based opportunities for whale watching in the world (June – November), as well as having its own small but unique wine route.

Situated on the shoreline of South Africa’s Western Cape, Hermanus attracts visitors drawn by the opportunity to see majestic Southern Right Whales that arrive in these waters to give birth and care for their new-born calves between June and October each year.

Hermanus, originally called Hermanuspietersfontein before the postal service decided the name was too long, is also the only place on the planet that has its own Whale Crier – who sounds a kelp horn to announce the sighting of whales, leaving visitors with no excuse for missing this wonderful spectacle of nature.

Head up the Hemel en Aarde valley to a little piece of paradise in South Africa’s sought-after Walker Bay Wine Region, Creation Winery. Here, high up on the scenic Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge, every dawn brings an exciting new challenge and innovation is a way of life. This trendsetting spirit has shaped our vision and led to many a thrilling achievement as reflected in our impressive list of wine awards. Enjoy a bespoke tasting at this stunning winery.

Enjoy the Hermanus Wine Route for its views, hospitality, food and its glorious wines, including some of the best cool climate Walker Bay Wines.

Highlights

  • Stop at Hermanuspietersfontein for a wine tasting
  • Experience an unforgettable whale watching moment
  • Head up the Hemel en Aarde Valley to Creation for a wine pairing experience

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