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Cape Team Tours
Store Timing: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm
Address: na, 7 Hoek Street, Kuils River, Western Cape, South Africa

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Cape Team Tours

Hermanus Whale Tours, Cape Town Day Tours (seasonal)
-Group and Private tours available from July to November
-Full Day tour
-Pickups and Dropoffs at central hotels
-Views of False Bay
-Explore the scenic Clarence Drive
-Penguins at Betty's Bay
-Lunch and free time in Hermanus
-Optional Whale Boat tours in Hermanus
-Optional extra attractions for private Hermanus whale tours

Tours with 2 guests only may take place in sedan-type vehicles
• Request private or group tours, if available


• Personal changes to tours could affect the rate
• Children rates may apply - please enquire
• Includes:
Guide, Vehicle, Fuel, Toll fees, Penguins entrance at Betty's Bay
• Excludes:
Meals, drinks, personal purchases or optional whale boat

Hermanus Whale Tours
Our Hermanus Whale tours usually start between 8 and 9am with pickups from your hotel within Cape Town city centre or immediate surrounds and you can expect to be back at your hotel between 6 and 7pm. Please let us know if your pickup is out of the city. Private Whale tours can be picked up from any location. Traveling times and routes cannot be guaranteed and we reserve the right to swop or change direction of the tour if circumstances beyond our control dictate the day's proceedings. Personalised tour times can be arranged for private Whale tours.

- Private tours can request to include:
- A visit to Cheetah Outreach for viewing or encounters (R150 pp and up for encounters)
- Wine tasting
- Select specific tour start and ending times

- Regular Group tours run as follow:
- Coastal, scenic route from Cape Town to Hermanus via Clarence Drive
- View the penguin colony at Betty's Bay
- Lunch and free time in the holiday town of Hermanus with whale spotting from land
- Optional whale boat tours, around R800 pp (weather dependent, must be prebooked)
- Scenic mountain passes, Sir Lowry's Pass & Houwhoek Pass
- Refreshment stop at Houwhoek Inn - South Africa's oldest hotel

Private Whale tours who wish to include a visit to the cheetah facility will start the day with this stop. Guests can have a quick lookaround at the facility at no charge, or for those wishing to take part in encounters, time will be made. Combining both a cheetah visit and a whale boat tour will make the day quite long and an evening return could be expected.

Hermanus is considered to be the World Capital of the Whale Route. This town is traditionally a resort town and today, it's ever increasing numbers of migrating whales (June to November) lets the people flock to this "Riviera of the South".

We depart Cape Town between 8 and 9am and follow the spectacular coastline along False Bay via Clarens Drive. From here one can already start keeping an eye out for whales. Our first stop is the penguin colony at Bettie's Bay where we pay a short visit to the colony.

We continue towards Hermanus where many whales gather from June to November. With many view points and lookout points one can spend quite some time seeing these massive mammals playing around. Hermanus also offer markets and a few lunch stops. Watching whales from land is like a safari - you simply cannot predict how sightings will be for the specific day. For a guaranteed, close-up experience we suggest doing a boat tour (around R800 pp). Boat tours should be prebooked, and even though you can impulsively decide on the day, you might be left disappointed due to availability. Boat tours are weather dependent.

For private whale tours wishing to do wine tasting in the area, we will make time and visit one of the many farms found in the area. Wine tasting is strictly dependent on availability.

We return to Cape Town along a different route. We drive through the Overberg, over the mountain where we stop at Houwhoek Inn - the oldest hotel in South Africa.
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Cape Team Tours


Cape Town has been voted amongst the top holiday destinations in the world during recent years. We have witnessed large numbers of holidaymakers visiting South Africa and specifically Cape Town. We have shown thousands of satisfied customers


Hermanus Whale Watching Tours

Hermanus Whale Tours, Cape Town Day Tours (seasonal)
-Group and Private tours available from July to November
-Full Day tour
-Pickups and Dropoffs at central hotels
-Views of False Bay
-Explore the scenic Clarence Drive
-Penguins at Betty's Bay
-Lunch and free time in Hermanus
-Optional Whale Boat tours in Hermanus
-Optional extra attractions for private Hermanus whale tours

Tours with 2 guests only may take place in sedan-type vehicles
• Request private or group tours, if available


• Personal changes to tours could affect the rate
• Children rates may apply - please enquire
• Includes:
Guide, Vehicle, Fuel, Toll fees, Penguins entrance at Betty's Bay
• Excludes:
Meals, drinks, personal purchases or optional whale boat

Hermanus Whale Tours
Our Hermanus Whale tours usually start between 8 and 9am with pickups from your hotel within Cape Town city centre or immediate surrounds and you can expect to be back at your hotel between 6 and 7pm. Please let us know if your pickup is out of the city. Private Whale tours can be picked up from any location. Traveling times and routes cannot be guaranteed and we reserve the right to swop or change direction of the tour if circumstances beyond our control dictate the day's proceedings. Personalised tour times can be arranged for private Whale tours.

- Private tours can request to include:
- A visit to Cheetah Outreach for viewing or encounters (R150 pp and up for encounters)
- Wine tasting
- Select specific tour start and ending times

- Regular Group tours run as follow:
- Coastal, scenic route from Cape Town to Hermanus via Clarence Drive
- View the penguin colony at Betty's Bay
- Lunch and free time in the holiday town of Hermanus with whale spotting from land
- Optional whale boat tours, around R800 pp (weather dependent, must be prebooked)
- Scenic mountain passes, Sir Lowry's Pass & Houwhoek Pass
- Refreshment stop at Houwhoek Inn - South Africa's oldest hotel

Private Whale tours who wish to include a visit to the cheetah facility will start the day with this stop. Guests can have a quick lookaround at the facility at no charge, or for those wishing to take part in encounters, time will be made. Combining both a cheetah visit and a whale boat tour will make the day quite long and an evening return could be expected.

Hermanus is considered to be the World Capital of the Whale Route. This town is traditionally a resort town and today, it's ever increasing numbers of migrating whales (June to November) lets the people flock to this "Riviera of the South".

We depart Cape Town between 8 and 9am and follow the spectacular coastline along False Bay via Clarens Drive. From here one can already start keeping an eye out for whales. Our first stop is the penguin colony at Bettie's Bay where we pay a short visit to the colony.

We continue towards Hermanus where many whales gather from June to November. With many view points and lookout points one can spend quite some time seeing these massive mammals playing around. Hermanus also offer markets and a few lunch stops. Watching whales from land is like a safari - you simply cannot predict how sightings will be for the specific day. For a guaranteed, close-up experience we suggest doing a boat tour (around R800 pp). Boat tours should be prebooked, and even though you can impulsively decide on the day, you might be left disappointed due to availability. Boat tours are weather dependent.

For private whale tours wishing to do wine tasting in the area, we will make time and visit one of the many farms found in the area. Wine tasting is strictly dependent on availability.

We return to Cape Town along a different route. We drive through the Overberg, over the mountain where we stop at Houwhoek Inn - the oldest hotel in South Africa.
Consultant : Cape Team Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

na, 7 Hoek Street, Kuils River, Western Cape, South Africa

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Shark Cage Diving and Viewing
-Group and Private transfers available
-Pickup and dropoffs from Cape Town Hotels
-Full Day Tours
-Light breakfast and lunch provided
-Wetsuits provided
-Deck viewing and diving options available
-Optional DVD and photo packages available
-Weather dependent
-Bring your own towel, swimwear and sunscreen

Transfers with 2 guests only may take place in sedan-type vehicles
• Request private or group transfers, if available


• Personal changes to tours could affect the rate
• Children rates may apply - please enquire
• Includes:
Transfers, light breakfast, light lunch, boat ride and shark diving
• Excludes:
Meals, drinks, dvd or photo packages


Shark Diving Tours
-Shark tours are weather dependent. Confirmation of tours are done the night before.
-With private tours we can include time in Hermanus for whale watching in season.
-Please bring your own sea-sick tablets should you need medication of this kind.
-Remember to bring swimwear, a towel, warm top and hat.

Cape Town Shark Diving Tours run on a daily basis, depending on weather, tides and availability. The transfer is about 2 hours, each way. Time spent on the boat and having meals can be anything from 3 - 5 hours. We suggest not making any firm plans for the return evening.

Shark diving tours usually start picking up guests in Cape Town very early. This can be anything from 5am in the morning until 9am. The road takes you Gans Bay - a world famous spot on the coast of South Africa where Great White Sharks can be viewed metres from you. Return later that same afternoon or evening. Decide if you would like to go into the cage or simply view from the boat.

Traveling times cannot be guaranteed. It all depends on the day's weather and tides.

With this tour package we will provide transfers from Cape Town to Gans Bay where the shark diving take place. At an extra cost, a night's accommodation can also be included with breakfast the next morning. Feel free to ask us for this option, or even including it in one of our Garden Route tours.

Shark Diving Tours does not mean you have to go into the cage or in the water. Simply standing on the deck of the boat provides a magnificent experience and shark sightseeing.

The climate and temperature of the seawater in the Gans Bay area is well-known to attract Great White Sharks. These incredible predators can be seen from metres away as they literally brush pass you while submerged in a cage hanging from the side of a boat. It sounds scary, and it is! These operators however are extremely professional and know exactly what they're doing.

The great white shark is an exceptionally large lamniform shark found in coastal surface waters in all major oceans. Reaching lengths of more than 6 m (20 ft) and weighing up to 2,250 kg (5,000 lb), the great white shark is arguably the world's largest known predatory fish. It is the only surviving species of its genus, Carcharodon. Many documentaries have aired about these creatures on channels such as National Geographic and The Discovery Channel.

Travelers must be warned not to arrange or make any further important plans for the day on which they go on a shark diving tour. The reason for this is simply the fact that these tours can be affected by tides, weather and traffic. Pick up and drop off times should be used as guidelines only, and will only be confirmed a day or so before the actual tour.

Shark Cage Diving is an adrenaline activity and a true highlight when it comes to South Africa and Cape Town attractions. We seriously suggest you make time for this tour and explore the other side of South Africa's wildlife.
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Cape Team Tours


Cape Town has been voted amongst the top holiday destinations in the world during recent years. We have witnessed large numbers of holidaymakers visiting South Africa and specifically Cape Town. We have shown thousands of satisfied customers


Shark Cage Diving Tours

Shark Cage Diving and Viewing
-Group and Private transfers available
-Pickup and dropoffs from Cape Town Hotels
-Full Day Tours
-Light breakfast and lunch provided
-Wetsuits provided
-Deck viewing and diving options available
-Optional DVD and photo packages available
-Weather dependent
-Bring your own towel, swimwear and sunscreen

Transfers with 2 guests only may take place in sedan-type vehicles
• Request private or group transfers, if available


• Personal changes to tours could affect the rate
• Children rates may apply - please enquire
• Includes:
Transfers, light breakfast, light lunch, boat ride and shark diving
• Excludes:
Meals, drinks, dvd or photo packages


Shark Diving Tours
-Shark tours are weather dependent. Confirmation of tours are done the night before.
-With private tours we can include time in Hermanus for whale watching in season.
-Please bring your own sea-sick tablets should you need medication of this kind.
-Remember to bring swimwear, a towel, warm top and hat.

Cape Town Shark Diving Tours run on a daily basis, depending on weather, tides and availability. The transfer is about 2 hours, each way. Time spent on the boat and having meals can be anything from 3 - 5 hours. We suggest not making any firm plans for the return evening.

Shark diving tours usually start picking up guests in Cape Town very early. This can be anything from 5am in the morning until 9am. The road takes you Gans Bay - a world famous spot on the coast of South Africa where Great White Sharks can be viewed metres from you. Return later that same afternoon or evening. Decide if you would like to go into the cage or simply view from the boat.

Traveling times cannot be guaranteed. It all depends on the day's weather and tides.

With this tour package we will provide transfers from Cape Town to Gans Bay where the shark diving take place. At an extra cost, a night's accommodation can also be included with breakfast the next morning. Feel free to ask us for this option, or even including it in one of our Garden Route tours.

Shark Diving Tours does not mean you have to go into the cage or in the water. Simply standing on the deck of the boat provides a magnificent experience and shark sightseeing.

The climate and temperature of the seawater in the Gans Bay area is well-known to attract Great White Sharks. These incredible predators can be seen from metres away as they literally brush pass you while submerged in a cage hanging from the side of a boat. It sounds scary, and it is! These operators however are extremely professional and know exactly what they're doing.

The great white shark is an exceptionally large lamniform shark found in coastal surface waters in all major oceans. Reaching lengths of more than 6 m (20 ft) and weighing up to 2,250 kg (5,000 lb), the great white shark is arguably the world's largest known predatory fish. It is the only surviving species of its genus, Carcharodon. Many documentaries have aired about these creatures on channels such as National Geographic and The Discovery Channel.

Travelers must be warned not to arrange or make any further important plans for the day on which they go on a shark diving tour. The reason for this is simply the fact that these tours can be affected by tides, weather and traffic. Pick up and drop off times should be used as guidelines only, and will only be confirmed a day or so before the actual tour.

Shark Cage Diving is an adrenaline activity and a true highlight when it comes to South Africa and Cape Town attractions. We seriously suggest you make time for this tour and explore the other side of South Africa's wildlife.
Consultant : Cape Team Tours Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

na, 7 Hoek Street, Kuils River, Western Cape, South Africa

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