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Hermanus, a village by the sea in South Africa

Nestled between lush green mountains and the turquoise ocean close to the southern tip of Africa lies the magnificent village of Hermanus. This is the wine and whales heartland of the beautiful Cape, home to migrating Southern Right Whales and where splendid wines are grown.  Read more in our Hermanus Blog and browse through our photo galleries with stunning photos in and around Hermanus.

Spectacular vineyards cover the mountain slopes of the Hemel-n-Aarde valley where local winemakers take pride in in their ability to recreate South Africa’s tradition in every drop, while also offering an entirely unique experience. Visit the winefarms and wineries along the Hermanus Wine Route and or Stanford Wine Route for world class winetasting experience. This picturesque village of friendly, welcoming people is centered around the rich history of a fishing community and the gentle giants (Southern Right Whales) of the ocean.

Hermanus Online Magazine focus on Where to Stay, What to do and see.... a comprehensive list of accommodation establishments in Hermanus you can also book your accommodation online, an monthly event Calender of the Cape Whale Coast and Hermanus, discover the Top Activities on the Cape Whale Coast, host a local Hermanus Business Telephone Directory.  Explore the local history,  shipwrecks, the marine wild life in and around the ocean, including the big 5 marine animals (Southern Right WhalesGreat White Sharks , African Penguins,  Cape Fur Seals and Dolphins) as well as our fynbos.  Visit our museums, wine tasting on our 4 wine routes.Where to Stay and what to do or see Lifestyle, conservation, keepsake stories, history, travel news, blogs and more. You will find 

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How the holiday photos you tweet can save vulnerable eco-systems

How the holiday photos you tweet can save vulnerable eco-systems

With the rise in popularity of social media platforms such as Twitter and Instagram, for scientists tasked with monitoring the health of coral reefs and other environmental assets could just have tapped into a minefield of a rich source of free information a  new research suggests.

5 ways how young drinkers are driving wine trends

5 ways how young drinkers are driving wine trends

Younger drinkers don't show any signs of settling down when it comes to the type of wines they drink. It's not an exaggeration to say the Millennial wine consumer has the most varied set of tastes of any wine drinker in history.

Western Cape drought situation by area- from a tourism perspective

Western Cape drought situation by area- from a tourism perspective

Speaking at today’s (January 9) briefing, Cape Town Mayor, Patricia de Lille, said the city’s new ‘day zero’ is April 22. The province is supplied with water by 44 main dams. The average storage across the province on January 4, 2018 is 29.1%.”

Pinot Noir - the fickle red wine that should have been a white.

Pinot Noir - the fickle red wine that should have been a white.

Why is the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley perfect for growing Pinot Noir?The cool climate and maritime influence of the ocean allow for a slower ripening time for the grapes of the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley. The longer hang time on the vine allows the berries to develop more concentration of flavour and complexity.

Top 20 activities for children and families in Hermanus and surrounded areas

Top 20 activities for children and families in Hermanus and surrounded areas

There are many exciting activities and programmes planned for young children and their families visiting Hermanus in the heart of the Cape Whale Coast.

Here is 16 Practical Water Saving Tips You Can Use Every Day

Here is 16 Practical Water Saving Tips You Can Use Every Day

With the Western Cape facing a drought of never before seen proportions, each and every one of us has to begin doing our bit to save water as we all know water is a precious resource. Every action each of us takes to save water in our home makes a difference

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