Whale Watching in Africa

One of the best land-based whale watching spots in Africa, the quaint seaside town of Hermanus has locals flocking here for the annual Whale Watching Festival, held in September. 


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Prices for Whale Watching in Hermanus depending on who you book with the price ranges could look like the following prices.

  • Adults +- R1050 

  • Seniors +- R950 

  • Children (under 14) +-R500and (under 5) is for free

Siever's Point, which is closest to where the whales frolic, is one of the most popular places in Hermanus for whale viewing. Vehicles can approach the Kwaaiwater viewing point. The Voelklip and Grotto beaches, especially on the cliffs above the water, are ideal for whale viewing and watching.

Between July and November, the greatest time to see whales in Hermanus is from land, by boat, or from the air via a scenic trip with a helicopter or by plane. 

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