Cape Town Tours

Daily Private and Group Cape Town Tours

If you are a wilderness enthusiast or just love nature, these tours are for you! Our Cape Town Tours and Shuttles have compiled some of the greatest tours in the Cape to bring you an experience to last a lifetime. We have tours departing daily from both Cape Town(CBD) and Stellenbosch. Our friendly professional tour guides will get you to your destination safely and give you the African adventure.

Advanced reservations recommended. Book your Cape Town Tour now with Western Tours and Shuttles.

Cape Town Tours:

  • · Tour Guide
  • · Hotel Collection
  • · Huguenot Water
  • · In-vehicle WIFI
  • · Private Tours – Customize your tours and times to suite your convenience.
  • · Group Tours – Starts daily from 08:00-16: 00

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Cape Town Tours


Hermanus has been recognized by the WWF (World Wildlife Fund) as one of the 12 best whale watching destinations in the world. The best time to enjoy whale watching in Hermanus is between July and November either from land, by boat or from the air via a scenic flight. The whale viewing during the months of July and August vary from year to year with regards to how many whales are present in Walker Bay and along the coast; however you are almost guaranteed of seeing whales in September, October and November. For whale-watching tours, please contact us now.

Hermanus, particularly Walker Bay, is the mating and breeding grounds of the Southern Right Whale during the winter and spring months (from June to November). Southern Right Whales migrate from the Antarctic around June to calve and mate. Calving takes place in August and September and the males arrive for mating in October when the whale population peaks.


Cape Point is in the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve within Table Mountain National Park,  which forms part of the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site. It includes the majestic Table Mountain chain, which stretches from Signal Hill to Cape Point, and the coastlines of the Cape Peninsula. This narrow stretch of land, dotted with beautiful valleys, bays and beaches, contains a mix of extraordinarily diverse and unique fauna and flora.