See feared predators in a shark cage dive for the ultimate adrenaline rush or just enjoy the action from the deck, on an exclusive private day trip to Gansbaai. No previous diving experience is necessary and equipment plus instruction will be provided. Choose from a variety of other activities on the way back such as a walk along the cliffs of Hermanus, wine tasting in the Overberg and a visit to the penguin colony at Stoney Point. Avoid the crowds and explore at your own pace with a friendly, professional tour guide in a luxury air-conditioned vehicle.
• 9 hours
The coastal waters off Hermanus are home to a spectacular range of marine wildlife, but the only way to enjoy truly up-close views is by boat. On this wildlife cruise, spot humpback whales, dolphins, and many more in their natural habitat with your guide. Spin through the seaside villages of Betty's Bay and Kleinmond - with round-trip travel from your Cape Town hotel included and experience the best of the Western Cape coast.
• 9 hours
Experience one of the Cape’s top 10 golf courses on this full day golf tour. The Arabella Golf Course is surrounded by the Kogelberg mountains, Bot River Lagoon and wild fynbos. Enjoy a food and wine pairing lunch at Creation Wines and end off with a visit to Stony Point Penguins colony.
• 10 hours
August to November is usually the best time to see the Southern Right Whale in our waters. Walker Bay’s Hermanus is an ideal place for whale watching. These mammals, which often come as close as 50 meters (164ft) from the shore, are given to displays of breaching, spy-hopping and courtship rituals.
• 9 hours
A stunningly beautiful and scenic tour to Hermanus, rated as the best land based whale watching site in the world via Clarence Drive, also rated as the most scenic marine drive in the world. This is a tour for all serious nature lovers.
• 8 hours
This cycle tour is designed to give participants to take the opportunity to do a ride of stunning scenic beauty around the Cape coastline. The vehicle has a capacity of 7 passengers and has a trailer for the bicycles and equipment. The route is designed to be not too challenging and the cyclists will have the prevailing winds at their backs on this route. The vehicle accompanies the group throughout the ride.Non cyclists are welcome to join as passengers and time permitting visit a winery or two before returning to Cape Town.
• 1 day
The Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve lies in an area of such natural beauty and floral diversity as to be recognised as perhaps the worlds greatest biodiversity hot-spot. The Kogelberg is a range of mountains along the False Bay coast in the Western Cape of South Africa. This UNESCO World Heritage Site boasts over 1880 plant species in an area encompassing 100 000 hectares in the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom.Stunning views from mountain peaks and cliffs with unparalleled floral displays of Proteas, Ericas and Geophytes, many seen nowhere else in the world. The Cape Floral kingdom is the smallest of the Worlds Floral Kingdoms
• 8 hours