Enjoy the marine life of the Western Cape coastline as you sail across the water at Gansbaai. With endless sealife to spot, this tour is one of the best things to do on a Cape holiday.
- Seeing Southern Right Whales
- Spotting an array of marine life
- Boat ride along the cliffs of De Kelders
Know before you book
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
Seeing a whale up-close is one of the most amazing sights on Earth. If you’re looking to experience the marine life of the Western Cape coast, choose whale watching in Gansbaai.
Best Whale Watching Tour Prices Near Cape Town
Hop aboard a boat and sail along the stunning cliffs of De Kelders, as you keep your eye on the waves. This amazing tour offers visitors to the tiny fishing harbour an unforgettable experience. The boat trip takes you through Walkerbay Nature Reserve, a semi-aquatic conservancy with the highest concentration of whales in South Africa.
Look out for Southern Right Whales, as well as humpback, mink and Bryde’s whales. You can see an array of Cape marine life including majestic orcas, False Killer Whales, dolphins, sharks, Cape fur seals and tiny African penguins.
The Southern Right Whale is the star of the tour, as they are famously rare. The gargantuan creatures are playful in nature and provide an amazing addition to the Cape Whale Coast family. These fascinating creatures live to a very old age and have distinctive markings, including unique patches of callosites (that look similar to barnacles), which function like fingerprints.
Boats can travel as close as 50m to the whales, but the animals’ safety and comfort is the number one priority. Southern Right Whales are easy to spot as well, as they release a distinctive v-shaped spout of mist, which can be seen from quite far away.
Feel the sea spray on your face as you watch whales in their natural playground. For the best show in Gansbaai, head out on the whale watching tour of a lifetime.
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- See whales up-close
- Enjoy a wide variety of marine life
- Entrance fee included
- No meals included
Specification: Whale Watching Ganbaai Tours (Day Trips Near Cape Town)
10h00, 13h00, 15h30
Boat ride, Entrance fee to nature reserve, Professional guide
Gratuity (optional), R5 parking fee (at check-in)
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No meals provided
Nature lovers, Not suitable for those who suffer from extreme motion sickness, Sea lovers
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