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'''Hermanus''' is situated at [[South Africa|South Africa's]] south coast, near the [[Garden Route]].
 
'''Hermanus''' is situated at [[South Africa|South Africa's]] south coast, near the [[Garden Route]].
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Hermanus, a picturesque seaside town situated in the Overberg area and on Walker Bay, is a popular holiday village close to Cape Town. Two words come to mind: holiday & Southern Right whale watching.
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The town, embraced by majestic mountaintops, is most famous for being the homer of the Southern Right Whale. Every year these gentle creatures of the sea migrate along the coast of South Africa with Walker Bay as one of their destinations, to calve and nurture their young.
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From the harbour of Hermanus, boat trips depart on a regular basis to see these majestic whales from up-close. One can also stay ashore as Hermanus is the best land based whale watching destination in South Africa, and the world, especially during the Hermanus Whale Festival.
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Apart from whale watching, the area of Hermanus boasts some excellent holiday accommodation such as the Misty Waves. Also, plenty of possibilities to spend the day in an active way: hiking, fishing, boating, horse back riding, and more.[http://www.capetownmagazine.com/cities&suburbs/Western-Cape/Hermanus~156]
  
 
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Revision as of 16:47, 24 October 2006

Hermanus is situated at South Africa's south coast, near the Garden Route.

Hermanus, a picturesque seaside town situated in the Overberg area and on Walker Bay, is a popular holiday village close to Cape Town. Two words come to mind: holiday & Southern Right whale watching.

The town, embraced by majestic mountaintops, is most famous for being the homer of the Southern Right Whale. Every year these gentle creatures of the sea migrate along the coast of South Africa with Walker Bay as one of their destinations, to calve and nurture their young.

From the harbour of Hermanus, boat trips depart on a regular basis to see these majestic whales from up-close. One can also stay ashore as Hermanus is the best land based whale watching destination in South Africa, and the world, especially during the Hermanus Whale Festival.

Apart from whale watching, the area of Hermanus boasts some excellent holiday accommodation such as the Misty Waves. Also, plenty of possibilities to spend the day in an active way: hiking, fishing, boating, horse back riding, and more.[1]

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Get in

Follow the N2 eastwards from Cape Town or westwards when coming from George and leave it near Caledon.

Get around

http://hermanus.startpagina.nl

See

Whales!

Do

Go on a boat tour to see whales from very close. You might also see some from the coast and there is a whale watcher, who's only job is to spot whales that come along.

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Eat

Drink

Sleep

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