We all know Hermanus for its excellent whale watching opportunities, but the whales aren’t the only reason to visit the seaside town. Thanks to Hermanus Wine Hoppers, a new addition to tourism in the valley, visitors can now also explore the region’s wine route with ease. The new hop-on-hop-off wine route tours offered by Hermanus Wine Hoppers is set to change the way visitors see Hermanus and we can’t thank them enough! We’ve got all the details on this unique new service so keep reading to find out how you can book your set aboard one of their vehicles.

Hermanus wine hoppers

Forget designated drivers, if you’ve always wanted to explore the R320 Hermanus Wine Route then now is your chance because, come rain or shine the open sided safari-style vehicles (built for all weather conditions) from Hermanus Wine Hoppers will be there to take guests on a tour they will never forget. Starting from their offices in town, the vehicles will allow guests to visit up to 6 wine estates along the stunning Hermanus Hemel-en-Aarde wine valley, with pick-ups every 20 – 30 minutes.

Hermanus wine hoppers

Tickets for the tour are priced at R200 per adult and R110 per child and excludes meals and wine tasting at each farm. The tours take place 7 days a week and participating wineries include Whalehaven Winery, Bouchard Finlayson, La Vierge Wines & Restaurant, Sumaridge Wine Estate, Newton Johnson Wines, Hermanuspietersfontein Wines, Creation Wines and Spookfontein Wines.

Booking is essential. Find Hermanus Wine Hoppers at 4 Mitchell Street Hermanus or contact them via email on info@hermanuswinehoppers.co.za. For more information visit the Hermanus Wine Hoppers website or say Hi to Hermanus Wine Hoppers on Facebook.