Hermanus & the South coast is a full day trip by Crane's Cape Tours & Travel

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Day Trip - Hermanus & the South coast

Categories: Birdwatching / Botanical / Whale Watching

We will follow the spectacular coastline out of False Bay to the Harold Porter National Botanical Gardens, where we will enjoy a short walk looking out for some of the 96 recorded bird species. Every ... [continued]

At a Glance

Tour duration
Full day tour
Min / max group size
2 to 7 people per tour
Tour departs from
Cape Town
Price
R1190 per person

Tour Description

We will follow the spectacular coastline out of False Bay to the Harold Porter National Botanical Gardens, where we will enjoy a short walk looking out for some of the 96 recorded bird species. Every year the Southern Right Whales come to the safety of our shores to calve. Hermanus has the reputation of being one of the best land based whale watching areas in the world. (Whale watching is the most rewarding from August to November). This area has the greatest diversity of indigenous flora in the Western Cape, which we will be able to enjoy on a visit to the Fernkloof Nature Reserve. We return to Cape Town via Sir Lowry's Pass and the scenic Hottentots Holland Mountains.

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