Hermanus: Save up to 55% on a two-hour whale watching trip in Hermanus for up to four people with Hermanus Whale Cruises preorder now- 50%
Hermanus: Save up to 55% on a two-hour whale watching trip in Hermanus for up to four people with Hermanus Whale Cruises
- Save up to 55% on a two-hour whale watching trip in Hermanus for up to four people
- Snacks, mineral water and soft drinks are served during the trip
- All skippers and guides are registered SATOUR guides
- The whale-watching boat, "Whale Cruiser", carries up to 87 passengers
- Valid for 3 months; Monday to Sunday
- Reservation required: 028 313 2722
- No smoking or alcohol allowed during cruise
- Subject to availability
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- Terms and Conditions apply
Like celebrities, most whales love to bask in the adoration of their fans and enjoy the flash of cameras; but when overwhelmed, will retreat underwater. Catch a glimpse of the ocean’s more sociable superstars and save up to 55% on a two-hour whale watching trip in Hermanus for up to four people with Hermanus Whale Cruises.
Pay R600 for a two-hour whale watching trip for two people, valued at R1 200
Pay R1 080 for a two-hour whale watching trip for four people, valued at R2 400
Escorting spectators through the water for a spot of adventure and educational fun, Hermanus Whale Cruises has been operating in the Walker Bay area since the first permits for boat based whale watching were granted in 1998. Staffed by a team of skippers and guides that are all registered SATOUR guides, with a vast knowledge of the sea and weather conditions, you can trust that you’ll be in for an exciting, educational and breathtaking experience.
Starting with a ten-minute talk on the whales you’re likely to see, the two-hour experience grants you the opportunity to see three types of whales as well as dolphins, seals, penguins and a wide variety of sea birds. Hermanus Whale Cruises is permitted to approach whales up to 50 metres and considering their inquisitive nature, they normally turn and approach the boat – often coming as close as one metre. Whether or not they’re feeling curious, you’ll be as up close and personal with the gentle sea giants as you’re ever likely to be.