Hermanus is sooo close to Cape Town. Only 90 minutes away. A day out might feel like a holiday. The holiday that you need. Weather is mild. Lots to enjoy and explore. Start Early. To make the most of a day trip to Hermanus an early departure is recommended. Aim to have your morning coffee at Peregrine Farm… Read More Hermanus Day Tripping Tips #TourismForAll
How to capture the essence of Hermanus with ten themes only? Difficult but a great way to share the Hermanus story in September – Tourism Month. Hermanuspietersfontein is an obvious choice as it was the original name of Hermanus. This was before the local postmaster decided to shorten Hermanuspietersfontein to Hermanus to fit better on the postage stamp. The… Read More Essence of Hermanus Captured in 10 Themes
I am keeping up with Tourism Month. On the 2nd day of September I shall publish my 2nd Tourism For All post. The First Friday of September and Hermanus celebrates with an Art Walk. September is Tourism Month and this year’s theme is “Tourism For All” and promotes universal accessibility. Hermanus First Friday is a monthly… Read More Tourism Month, Day 2 #TourismForAll
As a worthy tourist destination Hermanus offers many choices to visitors. One of these is to choose between going to see some whales and checking into your hotel. Not a difficult decision. The whales of the Walker Bay have their own dedicated whale crier. Eric is part of a tradition of whale crying that started… Read More Where the whales are?
Hermanus Tourism hosts the 2nd Hermanus FynArts Festival from 6 to 16 June 2014 and excitement is running high for this art extravaganza that fuses Arts Fest and Winter School. This second FynArts is bigger, better and catching the attention of South Africans for it’s quality of visual art exhibitions, music concerts, speakers, workshops ad other events. No… Read More Hermanus celebrates all things ART