Hermanus Whale Festival

The Hermanus Whale Festival celebrates its 24th year this year as the only enviro-arts festival in South Africa. Hermanus, known as the best land-based whale watching destination in the world, plays host to thousands of visitors (2013 welcomed over 110 000 visitors) who flock to the seaside resort to exhilarate in the unique natural environment, watch the whales and revel in...
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Hermanus Whale Festival MTB Challenge

The Hermanus Whale Festival MTB Challenge will be taking place this coming Saturday, 11 October. Late registrations can be done from 07:00 on Saturday morning at Curro School. Entry fees are R170 for the 50km challenge, R150 for the 30km challenge and R100 for the 18km challenge. The 50km race starts at 08:00 with a cut-off time at 11:00 at the Mountain Rose entrance (...
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’21 Days for the Oceans’ Starts Today

Through hosting educational talks at various schools, White Shark Projects realised how little the school learners of the Overstrand community know about the ocean lapping at their doorsteps. And so, motivated by a sense of responsibility, White Shark Projects launched an educational initiative called “21 Days for the Ocean” running from 26 September to 16 October. Throu...
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Hermanus Whale Festival

The highlight of the Hermanus social calendar is fast approaching. The Hermanus Whale Festival will be celebrating its 23rd year as the only enviro-arts festival in South Africa from the 3 October to the 6 October 2014. Hermanus, known as the best land-based whale watching destination in the world, plays host to thousands of visitors (2013 welcomed over 110 000 visitors) who...
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