Cape Town Whale Watching

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The Whale Trail

Where? De Hoop
Start: Potberg, De Hoop Nature Reserve Finish: Koppie Alleen, De Hoop Nature Reserve Duration: 54 km, 5 days Fitness: moderate to difficult (this is a relatively easy walk; you will need endurance to ...

Lambert's Bay Boat Charters

Where? Lamberts Bay
From August to October the Southern right whales visit the shores of Lamberts Bay. Why not see them up close ... Lambertís Bay Boat Charter is the only operator offering boat trips in the delightful town of ...

Whale Watching on the False Bay Coast

Where? Simons Town
Simon's Town Boat Company is the sole permit holder for boat based whale watching for the western half of False Bay - stretching from Strandfontein all the way to Cape Point. This area is sheltered from ...

Hermanus Whale Tour

Where? Hermanus
Join Gary Flynn of Cape Discovery Tours for a full day of Whale Watching. Cape Town Discovery is an owner managed tour operation with a distinctly 'hands on', personable approach and would take great pleasure ...

De Hoop Trail

Where? De Hoop
Start: De Hoop Nature Reserve Finish: De Hoop Nature Reserve Duration: 2 days, 3 nights Fitness: moderate Ė the walking pace is gentle, but the walk can be long and sometimes uneven Our tip: go at the time ...

Hermanus Cliff Path

Where? Hermanus
The cliff path at Hermanus is one of the town's most beautiful features. It meanders for 11 km along the rugged coastline, between the New Harbour to the west, and Piet-se-Bos, just beyond Grotto Beach, to the ...

Whale Watching from Boyes Drive

Where? Muizenberg
Whether it be a passing drive or a leisurely stroll along Boyes Drive, there are many allocated stop-offs along the mountain side, where you can park off and view the vast ocean below. Surrounded by the False ...

Whale Watching in Arniston

Where? Arniston
Whales come to the Arniston coastline each year from April to January, with peak viewing times being in September and October, to calve and mate. Individual whales may spend up to four months on the ...

Whale Watching Flight of Giants

Where? Hermanus
The ultimate whale viewing experience. African Wings offers the opportunity to get an eagles eye view of whales, undisturbed and unaware of human presence. From the comfort of our dedicated whale watching ...

Ocean Encounters

Where? Plettenberg Bay
Our Ecological adventure leaves from Central Beach with an exciting beach launch and heads east past the bird sanctuary and Keurbooms beach to Arch Rock. Here we usually encounter Bottlenose and the rare ...

Walk on the Catwalk

Where? Muizenberg
Take a leisurely stroll tickling all the sea anemones in the rock pools along the way or take a brisk walk pacing your stride with the tide. The Muizenberg Catwalk is a shoreline walk on a level pathway ...

The Black Marlin Restaurant

Where? Simons Town
The Black Marlin, located in Simon's Town, has earned a reputation for it's stunning seafood, award winning wine list, attentive service and incredible views. This historical building, nce a whaling station, ...

Whale Watching from Boulders to Smitswinkelbaai

Where? Simons Town
Although Simonís Town is small in size, one of its biggest attractions still remains a trip to Boulders Beach. Boulders Beach is situated at the end of Simonís Town between Fish Hoek and Cape Point. A ...

Bientang's Cave

Where? Hermanus
Known as one of the most unusual restaurants in the world, Bientang's Cave offers you the opportunity to feast on the freshest of fresh fish whilst watching the whales just 10 metres away! Bientang's Cave ...

Whale Watching in Fish Hoek

Where? Fish Hoek
Jagerís Walk, a beautiful walk path with a birdís eye view of the whales, curves along the coastline towards Glencairn and takes you all the way into Simons Town. Whales often visit here and have even beached ...

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