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$127.73 Water Sports

Gansbaai Shark-Diving Tour from Cape Town

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Born in Africa ToursStart your tour with a friendly, professional tour guide who will pick you up from your Cape Town accommodation in a luxury air-conditioned vehicle. We will contact you the evening before the tour to confirm all the necessary arrangements.Duration: 10 minutesPass By: Sir Lowry's PassOnce you are on your way, you can relax and enjoy the scenic drive to Gansbaai which takes you up the majestic Sir Lowry’s Pass through the Elgin apple farms and then down the Houwhoek Pass to Hermanus. The trip to Gansbaai takes about 2.5 hours.Stop At: Marine DynamicsPayment for the cage diving is due on arrival in Gansbaai. This includes a continental breakfast, a comprehensive instruction session on how to cage dive safely, use of the diving equipment, a 3 hour boat trip plus snacks on the boat. You should be able to spot sharks and a host of other sea life from the submerged cage in their natural habitat (unfortunately no guarantees as you are dealing with nature!)Please take into account that there are times when the sea is too rough for the boat to go out. In this event, you can choose from various other options to replace the boat trip.Cost of the cage dive = R2200 per person (credit cards accepted).Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Hermanus Cliff PathAfter the boat trip, choose one of three activities to enjoy on the way back to Cape Town. Walk the cliffs of Hermanus, wine taste in the Overberg or visit the penguin colony at Stoney Point. Whatever you pick, your guide will drive you back to your hotel/accommodation via the beautiful coastal route through Kleinmond, Betty’s Bay, Rooi Els and Gordons Bay.Duration: 3 hours

$126.31 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

Whale Watching Private Day Tour to Gansbaai from Cape Town

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Born in Africa ToursStart your tour with a friendly, professional tour guide who will pick you up from your accommodation in a luxury air-conditioned vehicle. We will contact you the evening before the tour to confirm all the necessary arrangements.Duration: 15 minutesPass By: Sir Lowry's PassOnce you are on your way, you can relax and enjoy the scenic drive to Gansbaai which takes you up the majestic Sir Lowry’s Pass through the Elgin apple farms and then down the Houwhoek Pass to Hermanus. The trip to Gansbaai takes about 2.5 hours.Stop At: Marine DynamicsPayment for the boat trip is due on arrival. Spend 2-3 hours on a luxury boat with a whale specialist on board. The Southern Right Whales only appear between July and December, but the boat trip does offer the possibility of sightings (no guarantees unfortunately) of hump back whales, Brydes whales, sharks, Cape fur seals, dolphins, penguins and other sea life all year round. Light refreshments on the boat are included.Please take into account that there are times when the sea is too rough for the boat to go out. In this event, you can choose from various other options to replace the boat trip.Cost of the boat trip = R1200 per person (credit cards accepted).Duration: 3 hoursStop At: Hermanus Cliff PathHave lunch in the beautiful seaside town of Hermanus and enjoy the views of the cliffs and the quaint harbour.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Stony Point Penguin ColonyYou'll drive home along the stunning Gordon's Bay sea route passing through Kleinmond, Betty's Bay, Rooi Els and Gordons Bay. Before the tour ends, you'll also be able to visit the penguin colony at Stony Point Nature Reserve. Your guide will drop you off at your accommodation at the end of this tour. Duration: 3 hoursStop At: Stony Point Penguin ColonyYou'll drive home along the stunning Gordon's Bay sea route passing through Kleinmond, Betty's Bay, Rooi Els and Gordons Bay. Before the tour ends, you'll also be able to visit the penguin colony at Stony Point Nature Reserve. Your guide will drop you off at your accommodation at the end of this tour. Duration: 3 hours

$404.91 Private & Custom Tours

Full Day 18-Hole Golf, lunch in Hermanus winelands & visit Stony Point Penguins

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Arabella Golf Estate18-Hole Golf experience at Arabella Golf EstateDuration: 5 hoursStop At: CreationStop at Creation Wine estate for 5-course food and wine pairing lunchDuration: 1 hour 30 minutesStop At: Stony Point Penguin ColonyPenguins colony stop at Stony PointDuration: 30 minutes

$185.21 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

Private Cape Riviera and Whale Watching Tour from Cape Town

Depart Cape Town via Elgin, which is the heart of the apple industry, en route to Hermanus, stopping at the Old Harbour Museum. As long ago as 1857, the Old Harbour at Hermanus Pietersfontein provided a rocky but safe shelter for the small fishing boats whose owners were drawn to Hermanus by the abundance and variety of fish. The Old Harbour was proclaimed a ‘Museum' in 1972.Travel to the Hamilton Russell Vineyards established by Tim Hamilton Russell in 1981. He searched for and selected the most suitable “most southerly vineyards in the Cape” to produce South Africa’s top cool climate wines. This was of course in the cool, maritime Walker Bay area, in the beautiful Hemel-en-Aarde Valley. The new generation proprietor, Anthony Hamilton Russell, says he is more interested in soils. The team comes closer each year to realizing the full quality potential of the Hamilton Russell Vineyards terroir.Take a scenic drive to the town of Kleinmond, for a visit to the Harold Porter Botanical Gardens. This beautiful, secluded garden is set between mountain and sea, in the heart of the Cape fynbos region and encompasses 10 hectares (24 acres) of cultivated fynbos garden and 190.5 hectares (470 acres) of pristine natural fynbos. Situated in the center of the coastal fynbos where the flora is at its richest, the garden encompasses mountain slopes with their wind-clipped heathlands, deep gorges with relict forests, flats and marshes with restios, sedges and bulbs, as well as dunes adjacent to the beach with their specialized salt-adapted plants. The garden is renowned for its waterfalls and amber pools.The high twisting coastal road leading from Cape Hangklip to Gordon’s Bay is one of the most spectacular anywhere, and with its new coat of tarmac is an absolute pleasure to ride. Not only does this route offer wondrous vistas out to sea, across sweeping bays and vertically down into transparent sapphire shallows, it offers a perfect setting for the entrance to the “Riviera of the Cape” . After a day of scenic splendor, head to Cape Town via the N2, arriving back at the hotels at 5:30pm.

$269.66 Day Trips & Excursions

Hermanus and Whale Route Trike Tour from Cape Town

Depart from your hotel in Cape Town at around 9am and continue on down the N2 towards Somerset West, Strand to Gordons Bay. Stop for a photo shoot on Clarence Drive, rated as the most scenic marine drive in the world. Stop at Rooi Els for a drink or two, then to Betty’s Bay and Kleinmond. Ride further to Hermanus, rated as the best land based whale watching site in the world, and stop for there for lunch. From Hermanus ride to Botrivier, over the Houw Hoek pass, stopping at the Houw Hoek Inn, then through Grabouw, stopping on top of the scenic Sir Lowry’s Pass for a photo shoot.Travel down along the N2 back to your hotel in Cape Town and arrive around 5pm.

$425.77 Walking & Biking Tours

Coastal Road Cycle Day Tour from Cape Town

The route commences in Caledon and traverses Shaw's Pass into Hemel-en-Aarde Valley. It follows this wine region to the coastal road in Hermanus. Here cyclists are offered the option of skipping a busy section of road to Bot River. From Bot River the route is on the stunningly scenic Clarence Drive through Kleinmond, Betty's Bay (optional stop at the famous penguin colony), Rooiels and end at Gordon's Bay.Pack ice and cooler boxes for beverages. Along the way there are multiple potential drink stops. Bear in mind this is a very relaxed ride!