The Whale Coast Route


Guided tour 

Cost: R3900pp (1 person)

            R2800pp (2 people)

            R1900pp (group)

            R900pp (children under 12y)   

            Free (children under 5y)


Starting in Cape Town we will reach Gordon's Bay and will drive through coastal villages such as Betty's Bay.

Between the mountains and the sea is the the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, the center of the coastal Fynbos where the flora is at its richest. Among the many rare plants you might see is the beautiful Red Disa.

We will visit the ruin of an old whaling station and the Penguin Colony at Stony Point.

Once we reach the beautiful sea side town of Hermanus, one of the finest whale watching spots in the world, we will take a boat to get as close as possible to the aquatic wildlife. Should the boat cruise not be possible due to weather or personal preferences, we can take a scenic coastal walk in the Fernkloof Nature Reserve. We end our tour with a visit to the local arts and craft market close to the historic harbor. 


- Penguin Colony

Harold Porter Botanical Garden

- Whale watching in Walker Bay

- Boat cruise (weather permitting)

- Visit Hermanus village

Included: Transport, guide, entrance fees 

Excluded: Accommodation, breakfast, lunch, boat cruise and any service not specified


Great white shark cage diving

Costfrom R 2250 pp

Duration: +/-10 Hours

Itinerary: Great white shark cage diving experience with professional, starts in the morning @ 6am and it lasts 4-5 hours.


- Close encounter with the Great White Shark

Included: Transfer, shark cage diving experience, breakfast on arrival, drinks and snacks on board and a meal 


Excludedguide, accommodation, any service not specified

De Hoop National Park 

Self-drive  (optional request a guide)

2 nights at the De Hoop National Park 

Cost: from R5400 pp


From Cape Town take a drive along the coast to Cape Agulhas, the southernmost tip of Africa where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet. There are natural pools along the rocky shores where you can find interesting marine species as well as rare coastal birds such as the African Black Oystercatcher.

You will carry on driving towards the De Hoop National Park, a paradise and the hiking trails are simply beautiful! 

It is possible to see the Cape Vulture colony – the only remaining breeding colony in Western Cape along the De Hoop Klipspringer Trail, which is  6 km long, about 2 hours walk or you can take the De Hoop Coastal Trail which begins at Koppie Alleen – a great viewpoint for whale watching and to explore rock pools, limestone cliffs and rocky outcrops. 


- Cape Agulhas

- De Hoop National Park 

- Whale watching

- Ostrich viewing

- Antilopes encounters

Optional activities:

  • Hiking 

  • Guided bird walk

  • Guided MTB trail_cycling

  • Vulture experience

  • Guided eco boat cruise

  • Guided marine walk 

  • Beach

Included: entrance fee, 2x nights accommodation, 2x breakfast and 2x dinner


Excluded: lunch, transport, guide, any service not specified