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    Cant say yes for that. When I was there on dec last year, I couldnt see any whale . Even if there is any, i believe that I couldnt see it clearly coz of the crowd. For me better to go to botanical garden. It is very educative and beautiful place. over 9 years ago

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    The whale season starts from about June/July through to end of October, early November. There is an influx of sightings from August and September when the calves are born. October is also a peak month for viewing, so you should definitely be able to spot a few. From about late November, early December the whales start to head down south, bringing an end to the whale watching season. If Hermanus seems too busy and over-crowded, then you can always drive 30 minutes down the road to the town of Gansbaai, another great whale watching area. Gansbaai is famous for it's whale-watching and Great White shark cage diving tours. over 9 years ago

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    YES - definately the season is June to December - they were here until xmas last year - i live in Hermanus as a tour operator and activities booking agent - so every day i am checking with the boat operators - many thanks and have a fab whale watching trip - if i can help please check out one of my websites - www.whalehermanus.com - cheers over 9 years ago

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