- The South African: Hermanus, Western Cape named world’s best whale-watching spot
Good evening from a very beautiful Hermanus. We just recently read some news from one of our favourite magazines thesouthafrican.com…
Apparently Hermanus has now been named the World’s best Whale Watching spot, and while we are not surprised, we are certainly proud to share this fantastic news about our local community.
The article reports that the London Telegraph Newspaper has previously named Cape Town as the world’s best city, and now their roving travel reporter Nick Frost has described why he thinks Hermanus deserves the top spot for watching these magnificent and majestic jewels of the sea.
If you have a spare five minutes, you should certainly read the article, which names 10 of the best places in the world to spot Whales:
The Robin’s Nest Guest House is ideally located if you’re interested in Whale Watching, and there are lots of exceptional spots a short drive away from our front door.
Our team are pleased to be able to book a number of options for our guests, whether you’re looking to see the Whales from the Ocean, or from land. The Whales tend to be in town from as early as June until as late as December.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Robin’s Nest in the very near future,
We are delighted to announce that the Robin’s Nest has been selected to receive the HotelsCombined Recognition of Excellence for the service that we provided our guests throughout 2018.
They asked 58 of our customers about their opinions while staying at the Robin’s Nest, taking into account their opinions and views posted on a variety of different websites, including TripAdvisor and Booking.com.
We are pleased to say that our customers that have kindly taken their time to review the Robin’s Nest Guest House with an average score of 9 out of 10.
We would like to thank all of our guests that took part in enabling this wonderful Recognition of Excellence to take place for us, we are extremely grateful and we hope to see you all again soon, hopefully in the not too distant future.