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  • Full day private tour
  • Max pax : 18
  • Wi-fi onboard
  • R3190 Per Person
  • Age from 17 up full price
  • Pickup from hotel


Full-day combination Cape whale watching & Cape Aghulas private or small group tour. For the best family life experience in Western Cape province, the Cape whale route private tour is the key to a memorable outdoor adventure destination. Naming towns such as Hermanus, pringle bay, battery’s bay, Kleinman, Stanford, of course, the most Southern Town of Africa Cape Aghulas. This whale watching & Cape Aghulas tour will offer you some of the wonders of creation, some best landscapes, whale watching spots on the planet, as well as plenty of indisputable activities to do with family or small group. The Cape whale route private or small group tour and its wonders offer to the travelers a massive amount of options when it comes to exploring the Western Cape. Experiencing the peaceful road trip from betty’s bay along the coast, with the Atlantic Ocean on the side and mountains, fynbos terrain on the other side. Our Cape whale tour will go to Hermanus and Cape Aghulas to explore the most southern tip of the African continent where Atlantic & Indian oceans meet, Cape Agulhas is the official meeting point of the two oceans Atlantic & Indian.


  • Luxury Vehicle/Fuel with full air-conditioning and Passenger Liability Insurance cove
  • Professional English or French Speaking Guide/Driver
  • Wine tasting with Chocolates
  • Bottled Still Water on Board
  • Whale Watching Boat
  • Cape Agulhas the official meeting point of Atlantic and Indian Oceans
  • All Entrance fees
  • Stony Point Penguins Colony
  • Cheetah Outreach Entrance fees Time permitting.


  • Lunch
  • Shark Cage
  • Gratuities (Optional)
  • Infant chair on request
  • Wheelchair not accessible


This amazing Whale Watching Private Tour is seasonal starts from June until the end of November in Hermanus. This Whale & Cape Agulhas Private or Small Group Tour can accommodate up to 22Pax.


During your cape whale private tour, depending on time, you will have more or less than 30 minutes stop at “Cheetah outreach”, which is Preservation Centre for Cheetah and other predators, with an education program, and also animal encounters: Cheetah touches. If preferred, you will be given an opportunity or a privilege to calmly touch the Cheetah. Please note that this optional experience is at the guest’s expense. Hermanus is the largest town along the Cape Whale Route boasting some very decent restaurants, some excellent accommodations, and some activities. Particularly, Hermanus has become famous for its Whale-watching and its annual Hermanus Whale Festival.

  • Driving through mountains via N2
  • Driving through majestic scenic route of R44
  • Penguins experience in Betty’s Bay Stony Point Penguin Colony
  • Gordon’s Bay
  • Land-based Whale watching – Hermanus
  • Whale-watching boat trip
  • Creation Wine Estate
  • Cheetah Outreach
  • Drop off at your hotel/ guest house doorsteps.




Departure 07:00 am, you will be picked up from your Hotel/Guest House by your Guide/Driver and travel along the N2 toward R44, for the best family life experience in Western Cape Province, the Cape Whale Route private tour straight to HERMANUS for our 09:00am Whale Watching Boat, the tour last maximum 2-3 hours, November is at cusp end of whale season, typically starts from end of June and runs through until end of the year. Whales can be observed from shores, but more thrilling on a boat ride, and once in a lifetime experience. Alternatively, on the adventure side, you can choose to go cage diving with great white sharks in nearby Gansbaai. Whilst enjoying a thrilling day out lunch can be arranged overlooking the beautiful bay or ocean either in Hermanus or Gansbaai, depending on the launching time of course. After the Boat explore the largest town along the Cape Whale Route boasting some very decent restaurants, some excellent accommodations. Thereafter we will proceed to Cape Agulhas.


The Southernmost Tip of African Continent, the official place where the Atlantic Ocean Benguela Current on West coast and Indian Ocean Agulhas Current on East coast meet, go up to the lighthouse for clear view and pictures. Thereafter we will travel toward R320 stop at Creation vineyard for wine tasting with chocolate. From Wilderness to Model Wine Farm, in 2002 Jean-Claude (JC) and Carolyn Martin took up the challenge of establishing a winery in a remote corner of the Walker Bay Wine Region, they did so with the courage of their conviction. The 40 hectares of undulating land on the lofty Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge had never been planted to vines before, but recognizing the vast potential, they set out with tenacity and determination to transform it into a model wine farm.

Thereafter we will experience the peaceful and scenic route via R44 straight to Betty’s Bay along the coast, with the Atlantic Ocean on the side and mountains, Fynbos terrain on the other side. We drive pass through several quaint villages in between the more established towns. We will explore the Betty’s Bay Penguins Colony. The Betty’s Bay Penguin colony, situated at Stony Point is one of the 2 mainland-based penguin colonies (historically) penguins only nested on the Islands, to keep away from predators, the other being Simon’s Town. Jackass Penguins Colony. Jackass Penguins Colony are also African Penguins. Thereafter we will proceed straight to Cheetah Outreach.


The Cheetah Outreach Centre, situated at Paardelvlei in Somerset West, is a fun and educational outing for children and adults alike. Visitors can enjoy a personal encounter with an adult cheetah or with a cheetah cub. The Cheetah Outreach project is a fantastic initiative that aims to raise awareness of the decline in cheetah numbers due to loss of habitat, predation and poaching. Currently, there are about 20 cheetahs at the Centre. From here we travel back to Cape Town. DROP OFF AT YOUR HOTEL 1830.

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