Hermanus is rich in breathtaking scenery; with its unparalleled scenic beauty, modern infrastructure, upmarket shops and endless adventure options, it is no wonder that Hermanus is transformed into a bustling hubbub of activity in-season as well as out-of-season. For any intrepid tourist or appreciator of nature's wonders, Hermanus is the ideal location for an unforgettable experience.

Hermanus 1830-2015: a small town with a big history: learn more

Hermanus Tourism

Welcome to the official Hermanus Tourism website that provides information so you can plan the holiday of your dreams in Hermanus, heart of the Cape Whale Coast.
Greater Hermanus is situated only 90 minutes drive from Cape Town on the southern coast of the Western Cape along the Cape Whale Coast Route. The seaside village of Hermanus, promises to enchant visitors all year round - you’ll wish you could stay longer! Visit our blog to find out about the latest news and what's happening in Hermanus

Hermanus Wine Route R320 

The valley’s medical history started  in 1817 when the valley was designated as a leper colony; linked with the colourful and mysterious Dr James Barry

Marine Hotel

Hermanus Marine Hotel: royalty, politicians, artists, conmen- they all turned up here in the 114 year history

Windsor Hotel

The sanatorium that became a hotel named after the Windsor Castle

Nosy Rosy

South Africa - Some places to visit, things to do, experience and see in South Africa

SPRING has Sprung! A warm September 2016 Hello to our beloved 23 500 subscribers and thousands of new and frequent  web visitors.

Whale Coast Conservation

Whale Coast Conservation ( whales from prey to icon; the success story of whales: learn more

Within driving distance of one of South Africa's busiest cities, lies a region of contrasts and wonder. The Overberg has rugged mountain ranges, fynbos, rolling wheat and canola fields, and splendid coastal vistas. It is for you to reflect, discover and maybe even have the adventure of a lifetime.