Cape Town - The famous land based whale-watching hotspot of Hermanus has just launched a brand new travellers' feature to their tourism offering - a hop-on-hop-off wine route along the R320 Hermanus Wine Route.
The hop-on-hop-off service called Hermanus Wine Hoppers
allows ticket-holders to visit up to 6 Wine Estates along the iconic Hermanus Hemel-en-Aarde Valley.
The participating Wine Estates are Whalehaven wines
, Bouchard Finlayson
, La Vierge Wines & Restaurant
, Sumaridge Wine Estate
, Newton Johnson Wines
, Hermanuspietersfontein Wines
, Creation Wines
and Spookfontein Wines
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The hop-on-hop-off vehicles will be open-sided safari vehicles (reinforced for all weather conditions), which will collect guest from the Hermanus Wine Hoppers
offices in town and visit each stop to drop-off / pick-up guests every 20-30 minutes.
The route is a welcome addition to wine tourism in the Hermanus valley, says Hermanus tourism advocates I Love Hermanus
. Want to book your trip? Here you go:
The tours depart from Hermanus Wine Hoppers
offices at 4 Mitchell Street, Hermanus. Cost:
R200 per adult, R110 per childContact:
076 991 2498 or email@example.com
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