Whale Watching Tours
The tourist group travel from Cape Town to Hermanus on their Whale Watching Route Tours, a seaside village in South Africa. The region is famous for its giant aquatic summer visitors. The town has established itself as a place to be that continents most desired tourist destinations. Transfers and tour pick-ups are done with-in the city, CBD from guest hotels, lodges or home residents, if visitors are staying out-side of the city, private whale watching tours will be tailor-made on requirements.
Whale watching route tours highlights, Gordon’s Bay, Pringle Bay & Betty’s Bay, the Harold Porter botanical gardens, drive through Hamilton Russell wine estate, rotary drive, Fernkloof nature reserve, Hermanus, land based whale watching, Elgin and Sir Lowry’s Pass.
The tour starts in Cape Town city center:
Pringle Bay is a quiet coastal village in the heart of a UNESCO world nature reserve. The area is renowned for its indigenous fynbos flora and houses more plant species per square meter than anywhere else on the planet. On route to the world famous whale-watching town of Hermanus, Pringle Bay is also ideal during the whale season, June, July, August, September, October, November and December every year.
The whale watching tours will be travelling through Betty's Bay, situated between Kleinmond and Pringle Bay. Just off the R44 lies the Harold Porter national botanical gardens . This piece of land was bought in 1938 to preserve its beauty for future generations.
Fernkloof nature reserve covers 1800 ha in the Kleinrivier mountains above Hermanus and ranges in altitude from sea level to 842 m. In late 1957, the Reserve was proclaimed by the Provincial Council of the Cape. It protects coastal and fynbos and a small patch of evergreen forest.
This visitors reach Hermanus the main destination on the whale watching tours. The most renowned town for whale watching in the country, the town is considered by some to offer the best land-based whale watching in the world. The whale festival takes place every September, coinciding with the southern right whale's breeding season. The sea animals come here to frolic, nurse and breed, some say, to show off to international visitors!
Sir Lowry's Pass, the Hottentot’s Holland mountain range, stretching down the eastern side of Somerset West and Gordon's Bay, formed an intimidating natural barrier to early travelers in the region. Today, the N2 crosses the Hottentot's Holland Range at Sir Lowry's Pass and the range has become better known for its beauty, its high rainfall figures and its immense floral diversity. A walk along the southern slopes of the mountains from the car-park at the top of Sir Lowry's can be very rewarding and can produce many of the fynbos specials found in the western cape.
The tour end in Cape Town city center:
The whale watching tours operates, daily.
From, 08h30 / 09h00
Pick-Up Point, any city hotel
Returns, approx. 17h30
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