Whale Rock Luxury Lodge

Address: 26 Springfield Ave., Hermanus, Western Cape, South Africa | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 26 Springfield Ave., Hermanus.
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    Travel Blogs from Hermanus

    Hanging out in Hermanus....

    A travel blog entry by henkofthesky on Mar 11, 2014

    4 comments, 5 photos

    I just had to go and visit all the spots in Hermanus I used to frequent when I was much younger.
    The first time was in 1978 and we stayed with 3 other families in a house in the center of town.
    Unfortunately the town has expanded so much that it seem to have lost that "village by the sea" status.
    I met one of my best girly friends in Gecko Pub at the new harbor in 2001, so I invited her to join me for the 3 days I stayed in ...

    A Whale of a time (you knew it was coming)

    A travel blog entry by alexobt on Sep 04, 2013

    ... hole inside of me that a shark was supposed to have made. Good views through the vineyards and over the cliffs to the rocky beaches, and a spot of surf that my guide excitedly insists is a whale. I can only see surf, though take a photo anyway to show you folks at home.
    Back down on the waterfront later a couple of hours invested leads to the reward of a breaching whale. Not ...

    The Weekend's Adventures! ... and Cecil :)

    A travel blog entry by callent on May 13, 2013

    5 photos

    ... the hospital while the rest of the group prepared themselves for the next day/weekend. Megan had a pretty irritating pain in her esophagus for about 5 days until she decided to take action. The pain was not allowing her to eat or drink much so she decided to take care of it sooner rather then later so it didn’t spoil the rest of her trip. It turns out that it was esophagitis – inflammation in her esophagus – so she is currently just taking a few pills to help ...

    Day Fourteen - Whale of a Time!

    A travel blog entry by tofor85 on Aug 10, 2012

    29 photos

    ... Wales, heading towards us, accompanied by dozens of friendly dolphines, jumping up, breaching the waves alongside them. Awesome viewing!! Rather than catch the truck back home, Nat and I alone, decided to take a coastal walking track back. What our guide advised was probably about 4 or 5k, turned out to be about 12kilometres. It was a pretty walk though, and we managed to clear it in just under 2 hours, making it back for dinner just in time!


    Sharks at Gansbaai, by Roman

    A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage on Nov 29, 2011

    17 photos

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    Nov 29, Sharks at Gansbaai, By Roman

    'It's actually said Hansbay... with a slight drag on the ‘bay’ part of the name.’

    Hansbaaie, once an unknown little town, today notoriously controversial, but dotted on the map; just south of Hermanus, South Africa, banned territory to any true surfer, but haven to those enjoying an exercise free, extreme adrenaline thrill, what seems only a couple of ...