The warmest weather in a while is making its way to the Cape this weekend, and will be bringing blue skies and temperatures of 21°C on Saturday and 27°C on Sunday.

To help you make the most of the coming summery weather conditions, we put together a few things you can do this weekend that are perfectly suited for the forecast.

1. The Hermanus Whale Festival


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Your wife knows you well when she takes you to Hermanus to capture the whales ? Amazed at how close we got to these magnificent sea creatures ?

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Its the best time of the year to catch a dazzling glimpse of the ocean’s gentle giants.

The Hermanus Whale Festival is the perfect excuse to get out into the sun this weekend and enjoy the coastal breeze as you watch the whales swim by.


2. See the flowers bloom

The beautiful flowers of the Cape are still blooming along the garden route and this weekend offers ideal conditions to frolic in the fields.


3. Wedding Fair at Andreas Wine and Luxury Accommodation

If your big day is coming up discover what Andeas has to offer as a wedding venue this weekend.

Fabulous wedding suppliers will be on show. The house and gardens will be fully decorated and themed so you can envisage what your special occasion would look like on the day.

The day will include a bridal fashion show and vintage cars.


4. Go on a Hiking Adventure

Grab your hiking shoes and head out into nature to some of the most memorable hiking routes in the Mother City.

This weekend’s clear skies and warm weather will truly enhance the beauty of any trails traveled on Saturday or Sunday.


5. Visit a small town in the Western Cape


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?Pringle Bay? Edited By: @lucaboonzaaier

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When the weather is warm a road trip is in order, hop into your car and head down to one of these nine small Western Cape towns for an adventure.

These quaint and unforgettable towns provide visitors the chance to visit their private beach or browse their unique momentos at small local stores and will surely leave you with treasured memories.


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