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Whale watching South Africa in November 2011

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We will visit South Africa (Western Cape and Durban) in November. We realize that we are rather late in the whale watching season but any suggestions regarding the best land based watching spots (not too touristic please!) are most welcome. Should we concentrate on Hermanus area or opt for Lambert's Bay?
We are probably also a little too late for the Spring flowering season, although we understand that this might depend on the previous winter rains.
Cape Itinerary: S'Bosch - Langebaan - Paternoster - Citrusdal - via N1 to Swartberg pass - Oudshoorn and back to S'Bosch via route 62. Any advice and travel tips much appreciated as always. Where would we be without the Fodor's community?

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