Whale Watching in South Africa

Travel articles and experiences about whale watching in South Africa.

Whale watchers can view these gentle giants as they breach, tail-slap just metres away from the comfort of specially designed boats.

Aside with southern right whales, which are this area's main draw, visitors can also see humpback and Bryde's whales.

Whale watchers in South Africa are guaranteed a memorable encounter with these majestic marine mammals thanks to the skilled tour operators who are always on board to provide comments on their behaviour and environment.

4 Day De Hoop Whale Trail, De Hoop Nature Reserve, Western Cape, South Africa

The 4 day De Hoop Whale Trail in De Hoop Nature Reserve, South Africa, offers beautiful coastline, spectacular dunes, Whale and Dolphin sigh...more

Cape Whale Coast, Western Cape, South Africa

The Cape Whale Coast is a stretch of coastline in the Western Cape, South Africa. This beautiful coastline is one of the best places in the ...more

Eves Footprints Found on the Whale Trail

Footprints that could have been Eve's, were discovered hidden away on the shores of Langebaan Lagoon. The site is located 100 km north of Ca...more

Hermanus Whale Festival

The main Whale festival occurs annually in Hermanus on the Garden Route in South Africa. The Hermanus Whale Festival is one of the most exci...more

South Africa Whale Trail Frequently Asked Questions

This Whale Trail FAQ will answer some common questions about the Whale Trail of South Africa such as, Where does the Whale Trail start and e...more

Whale Watching Along The Hermanus Whale Route

Hermanus has grown from rustic fishermen's village to being acknowledged by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) as one of the 12 best Whale...more
Whale Watching South Africa : Whale Trail Hermanus, Cape Whale Coast, Garden Route
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