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World in One Country

Duration: 20 Day | Priced From: 2,725 USD
2.

Aquila Game Reserve

Duration: 1 Day | Priced From: ZAR 2680 per person from 1 Oct 2016
3.

Inverdoorn Game Reserve

Duration: 1 Day | Priced From: ZAR 2850
4.

Kruger Experience

Duration: 4 | Priced From: USD 645 / EUR 519
5.

Garden Route Self Drive

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Whale Tour

Priced from: ZAR 930 per person (day trip)

Our full day Cape Town whale tour will let you see the Southern Right Whales in the whale season in Hermanus and Cape Town with Cape Town Safaris...

Priced From: ZAR 990 per person from 1 Oct 2016
Departs: Daily between June and November
Departure Times: 08h00-09h00

August to November is usually the best time to see the Southern Right Whale on a full day Cape Town whale tour. Hermanus is the best place for land based whale watching. These mammals, which often come as close to 50 metres from the shore, are given to displays of breaching, lobtailing, spyhopping and courtship rituals.

Depart Cape Town via Gordon’s Bay and Pringle Bay to Betty’s Bay, 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”. Continue the 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 of cultivated fynbos garden and 190.5 hectares of pristine natural fynbos. Situated in the centre 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 specialised salt-adapted plants. The garden is renowned for its waterfalls and amber pools.

Once in Hermanus enjoy a guided Cape Town whale tour watching from the shore, or take an optional boat trip to get even closer to these remarkable creatures of the sea. Explore the town and after a day of scenic splendour, head to Cape Town via the N2, arriving back at the hotel at approximately 17:30.

Includes:

Pick up and drop off from your accommodation in and around Cape Town, entrance fees to Harold Porter Botanical Gardens, Transport in air-conditioned vehicle, and an English-speaking driver/guide.

Excludes:

Lunch, Boat Trip and Personal Expenses

Whale Watching Day Trip:
ZAR 930 per person
*Operates between June - November