Out of Cape Town Hermanus
Situated about 90 minutes drive from Cape Town, Hermanus is known as the best place for land based whale watching during the winter months say from July to November.
There are 2 ways to get there….via the main National road the the N2, or via the scenic Cape Riveria route.
The town is a small coastal village,laid back, with mountains behind and the ocean in front.
Besides the whale watching activities there are 3 to 4 other activities that one can do in and around Hermanus.
1) Hermanus Farmers Market:If you like to experience different foods,in a relaxed outdoor setting,then add this to your days agenda. Dont eat breakfast this am, as you will be blown away by the range and options for your taste buds to enjoy.
2)Fern Kloof Nature Reserve: Short day hikes,in a nature reserve that has lots of variety re flowers, and if you are lucky, you will be treated to a smorgasboard of colors,and smells
3) Great white Cage Diving:Available about 45 minutes or less drive from Hermanus in Gansbaai.
4) Of course,we all like to eat…so stop by this casual, friendly local restaurant that has a nice warm fire for those colder winter days…Anyas Moms Cafe
When I design tours of Cape Town I often include Hermanus, as it has variety,it gets you out of the big city,has a scenic drive component, and offers much value for a day tour.
There is also a Botanical Garden along the way to Hermanus, via the scenic route, and we also offer a Whale Watching/Wine Tasting day tour, to this area.
Stephen Abelsohn custom designs Africa Safaris,and South Africa Tours.
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