At the southern tip of Africa, where two of the world’s greatest oceans converge, a total experience of land, sea and the rainbow culture of the Western Cape offer you the four most exciting whale watching locations in the world! The Cape Whale Route is a 900-kilometre-long stretch of coastline that extends from Strandfontein near Muizenberg to Plettenberg Bay in the southern Cape. Every year, between June and December, Southern right whales mate and calve, giving you the awe-inspiring opportunity to get up close with them. Calving normally takes place in August and September, but can happen as early as July.
From December until mid-February, large super-groups of Humpback whales, reaching as many as 150 per group can be seen on the west coast.
Wildlife Sightings Cannot Be Guaranteed.
We Will However, Give You Realistic Expectations before Making A Booking.