After an early breakfast, en route to Hermanus you will have a brief stop-over at the quaint and picturesque town of Swellendam before visiting the most Southern tip of Africa.
Swellendam is a charming Cape Dutch town founded in 1745 at the foot of the Langeberg Mountain Range and is famous for its young berries, eclectic architecture and National Parks, as well as outdoor activities.
Enjoy lunch (own account) en route.
Journey South-West and visit South Africa’s National Monument; the Cape Agulhas Lighthouse & Museum. It was the third lighthouse to be built in South Africa and the second oldest still operating today.
Declared a National Monument in 1973, the lighthouse remains a Western Cape provincial heritage site.
Once you have arrived at the beautiful town of Hermanus, take in the sights and sounds of the unparalleled scenic beauty, modern infrastructure and upmarket shops of this bustling hub, most famous for its breathtaking scenery and shore-based whale watching spots.
Hermanus is built along the beautiful shores of Walker Bay and is the official whale watching capital of the world, surrounded by majestic mountains, indigenous fynbos and spectacular natural beauty while its residents are the heart and soul of the town.
Arrive at your hotel late afternoon, perfectly placed in the heart of one of the world’s richest plant kingdoms, this hotel offers a wealth of elegance and service. Enjoy dinner at your hotel or in town (own account).
Arabella Spa & Hotel or similar - bed and breakfast