Where heaven meets earth!
This tour takes us through some of the Capes most breathtaking valleys and coastal road. Simply enjoy the beautiful scenery and award winning wines and combine it with land based whale watching or a cruise around Walker Bay to get up close to the majestic creatures.
After your pick up we will head towards the beautiful Hottentots-Hollands Mountains where depending on the plans for the day (whether we do the whale watching boat) we will either cross over the mountains or follow the the coastal route with a quick stop at the shark spotters station. whilst we are in Hermanus we can enjoy the whales playing in the bay, have lunch in a cave that was home to ancient tribes and enjoy great wine in the Heaven and Earth Wine Valley.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We can arrange a pick up at your hotel, cruise ship terminal or a local landmark.
End location: We can arrange a drop off at your hotel, cruise ship terminal or a local landmark.
Duration: 8 hours 30 min.
Duration could be affected by taking the boat cruise. This could mean that lunch will be a quick bite and we will return to Cape Town slightly later.
Luxury modern air conditioned vehicle seating up to 7 people.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
40 South African Rand - This amount will be enough for your restaurant lunch and wine tastings. If you choose to do the boat ride there will be an additional cost added but is subject to availability and season. This can be arranged through me and payment options can be discussed.
I am a registered tour guide for Cape Town and the garden route. I will be able to accompany on all tours without restrictions within the Western Cape province.
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It was a cold and windy day when we joined Iggy for a trip to Hermanus. Knowing that the whales would likely elude us, we still wanted to drive the coast road for its beautiful scenery. It was our fourth day touring with Iggy, so he felt like an old friend. During many hours together, he learned a bit about us, and we enjoyed his passion for his toddler son, his country, the Springboks in particular, and sports in general. I hope he'll still be guiding when I manage another trip to Cape Town.