There are five (5) golf clubs and golf courses near Hermanus:
Arabella Golf Club
The estate is home to one of the top ranked golf courses in South Africa and has been enjoyed by celebrities such as Samuel L. Jackson and professional golfers like Ernie Else and Gary Player.
The 18-hole Golf Club offers a fully stocked pro shop, warm up rage, putting and chipping green, half-way house, golf carts, golfing clinics and coaching by a Pro.
Hermanus Golf Club
The 27-holes Golf Club which is extremely popular with Capetonians as a weekend getaway, and has been professionally managed, has three (3) golf courses;
Golf Course Hermanus East Course – 9 holes
Golf Course Hermanus North Course – 9 holes
Golf Course Hermanus South Course – 9 holes
Kleinmond Golf Club
The 9-hole Golf Club has a beautiful scenery of mountains, the Atlantic Ocean, and great hospitality services from staff.
Caledon Golf Club
The 9-hole Golf Club is one of the 64 golf courses in Western Cape and has one (1) golf course.
Gansbaai Golf Club
The 9-hole Golf Club is one of the 64 golf courses in Western Cape. Whilst you enjoying your round of golf on the field you will also enjoy a breath-taking view of the Indian ocean.
For more information, please visit the club sites.
Hermanus is a seaside town and it’s known as a whale-watching destination. Apart from whale watching here are some of the other activities you can enjoy whilst visiting the town:
Wine Route with Hermanus Wine Tours
Arts & Crafts
Festival & Markets
Leisure & Sport
Museums & Culture
Self-Drive Day Trips
For more details on these activities, please visit Hermanus Tourism
Hermanus, originally called Hermanuspietersfontein, is known as a whale-watching destination. It is famous for Southern Right whale watching during the southern winter to spring seasons. Every year the town holds a Whale Festival in September, that you as a tourist would not want to miss. The best time of year to enjoy whale watching is between June and November.
The Old Harbour Museum situated on the coast, in the heart of Hermanus contains several exhibitions that explain the whaling industry, and it also houses a skeleton of a whale.
Below are sites that you can visit to book for whale watching activities: