Whale Rock Luxury Lodge

Address: 26 Springfield Ave, Hermanus, Western Cape, 7200, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 26 Springfield Ave, Hermanus.
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    A travel blog entry by coughlantravel on Mar 16, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... went down to the harbour, and after a considerable wait for said Mongolian, we were underway. One of the crew (there's always one 'entertainer') fed seagulls, first by hand, then with a sandwich in his mouth. Quite a feat of flying skill on behalf of the gulls given the speed we were going and how we were bouncing about. It was about 20 minutes to the site - not too choppy, but very chilly. Quite nice to put on (not clammy) wet suits, but such ...

    Nature's Valley, Knysna, and Wilderness

    A travel blog entry by carolyn_frick on Apr 21, 2014

    2 comments, 43 photos

    ... the river, you get on a boat and pull on a rope to get yourself to the other side, there was a post with a set of snake tongs leaning against it. Aaron said "Great, that instills confidence in me!" But we carried on and found that absolutely miles of walkway had been put in. It really was an amazing feat to install all that walkway and steps almost the entire way to the waterfall. And what wasn't covered in walkway had park workers on site, constantly raking and sweeping ...


    A travel blog entry by shamiandlauren on Jan 21, 2014

    28 photos

    Today we woke up early for shark cage diving! We were picked up from our guesthouse by Great White Shark Tours. We were pretty impressed with the company. They were very organized and accommodating. When we anchored it was a slow start with getting the sharks to stick around for diving. They soon realized that the boat up currant from us was accumulating all the sharks while they just swam past us. Their chum line was crossing with ...

    Bad Samaritans

    A travel blog entry by alexobt on Sep 03, 2013

    Nothing sends me so speedily through the highs and lows of optimism and pessimism about human nature more than hitch-hiking. With every car that passes without stopping my heart sinks a little further, my bag feels a little heavier, and the roadside dust a little chokier. But whenever a car stops! Then! Then I'm sent gloriously back to the clouds of contentment - my body suffused with the warm glow of oneness with the universe and the ...

    Cage Diving With Great Whites

    A travel blog entry by cats-adventures on Jul 16, 2013

    11 photos

    ... 2 hours, or even no sharks at all! When a shark did go for the bait, the idea was that the skipper pulled the bait away just in time so the shark didn’t get it and came back for more, and with only 8 tuna heads, this hopefully was a skill the skipper had perfected over the years. And just as the skipper was telling us this, mid-sentence, SHARK! It was only a 2m young shark but it breached the water with about half its body which we were told is quite ...