There are so many wonderful places to visit and explore in the Western Cape and although the Mother City in the midst of a serious drought, there are many other regions in our province that are not affected by the crisis and do have water such as the Overberg (Region) and Garden Route.

UK’s The Independent published a great read on the subject earlier this month that you will find here:

So please don’t cancel your trip to the Western Cape. If the thought of water restrictions while on holiday don’t tickle your fancy then rather just cut the Cape Town component of your stay a bit shorter and come and enjoy the warm hospitality of Hermanus and the Cape Overberg.

We have so much more than just whales – shopping, dining, markets, hiking, golfing, swimming, surfing, diving, SUP boarding, kayaking, sunset and echo cruises, wine tours, vineyards, river cruises, bird watching, shark cage diving, and open water shark diving, paragliding, sand-boarding, quad biking, zip-lining, trail running, mountain biking, cycle tours, e bike tours, horse riding, exquisite beaches, day spas and so much more.

We only ask that you think twice when opening a tap or flushing the loo as saving water is our number one priority right now. If you need assistance with trip planning or require the services of a tour operator we can suggest a few good people in Hermanus who will take your experience of Hermanus and the Overberg to the next level. Hope to see you all very soon.