Nature reserves, historical artifacts, museums and science and technology, who would have thought that Hermanus had so much to offer?
The famous Cliff Paths of Hermanus must be one of the most scenic and talked about paths in the world. One of the greatest places from which to whale watch in season time. The paths meander along the rugged coastline from the new harbour in Hermanus all the way, for almost 12 kms, ending at the mouth of the Klein River.
Take a walk up Hoy's Koppie for an incredible panoramic view of the whole of Hermanus and Walker Bay. This is the most incredible photo opportunity you could possibly have in Hermanus. Learn more about Sir William Hoy and his wife who lie buried at the top of Hoy's koppie.
SANSA leads the Space Science Programme and is a key player in the South African National Antarctic Programme with several on-going space science and space weather related projects in Antarctica, as well as Marion and Gough Island. The Space Science Directorate of SANSA is host to the only Space Weather Centre in Africa providing early warnings and forecasts on space weather activity, playing an important role in protecting satellite technology, communication and navigation systems.