Hermanus Whale Watchers

Hermanus Whale Watchers

We look forward to share your whale watch experience on our next trip.

This small group whale watching trip offers exceptional opportunities to see a range of marine wildlife and one of the world’s largest gathering of migrating southern right whales – all amidst spectacular seascapes.


  • Street: Westcliff Road, New Harbour
  • City: Hermanus
  • Province: Western Cape


  • Telephone: +27 (0)28 312 4957
  • Mobile: +27 (0)82 931 8064
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  • GPS: S 34° 25´ 58.33” :: E 19° 13´ 24.04.”

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Join us on an unforgettable boat trip in Walker Bay, Hermanus on the Cape Whale Coast of South Africa. You will witness up close and intimate the mating and calving of these southern right whales.

Travelling on board our comfortable, safe catamaran, Unhati, this boat based whale watching trip will let you experience a range of marine wildlife amidst spectacular seascapes on this very popular marine wildlife trip where you will also have the possibility of seeing resident Bryde’s whale, dolphins and seabirds.

Southern right whales (Eubalaena australis) are huge rotund creatures, and one of the largest whale species in the world’s oceans.

They are easily recognised by their lack of a dorsal fin, stubby square-ended flippers, and callosities – unusual wart-like growths – on the head.

Every year they migrate from their icy feeding grounds off Antarctica to warmer climates, reaching Hermanus in June. Here, in our bays close to the shore they mate and calve, remaining until November. 



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