Spoil yourself with a unique combo of land based whale watching, Botanical gardens & wine tasting!
[H](http://www.capetown.travel/visitors/city-areas/beyond-the-city/hermanus- the-official-guide/)ermanus is rated as one of the top 12 whale-watching locations in the world by the World Wildlife Fund. It offers some fine land- based viewing opportunities because the whales often come within meters of the shoreline. Of the whale species seen in the waters around the Cape, southern right whales are the most common. However, you might also get a chance to see humpback whales and Bryde’s whales.
Whale watching is seasonal between June & November, their time table not ours :)
Next stop is the Harold Porter National Botanical Gardens.Located between mountain and sea, in the heart of the Cape Fynbos region within the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve.
We round the day off at Bouchard Finlayson winery. Wine tasting at the lovely Hemel & Aarde Valley (Heaven & Earth)
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