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CapeNature reserves now open for overnight bookings ahead of the long weekend

Wednesday at 21:31 PM, via CapeNature

Just in time to take advantage of the upcoming long weekend, CapeNature is pleased to announce the reopening of overnight stays for self-catering accommodation, camping, selected overnight hiking trails and eco-venues from Friday, 7 August 2020. This comes of the announcement by Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane’s that South Africans will be allowed to travel for leisure […]

In Their Own Words: Celebrating World Ranger Day 2020 with CapeNature’s Power Rangers!

31 July at 00:25 AM, via CapeNature

World Ranger Day is commemorated on 31 July every year when we honour the park, marine and field rangers around the world who protect our natural heritage for future generations. It is an acknowledgement of their hard work and grateful thanks for their ongoing service.  On this day, we also remember rangers who were injured […]

Hidden travel gems revealed in the Western Cape

30 July at 19:09 PM, via CapeNature

CapeNature’s second virtual Nature Talks webinar took place on Monday, 27 July 2020. Thousands tuned in to learn about these lesser-known, scenic eco-tourism treasures found around the Western Cape. Hosted under the theme “Must see hidden gems”, the webinar provided insight into those off-the-grid reserves that offer truly unique tourism and conservation experiences for tourists. […]

Nature Talks – Back by Popular Demand!

22 July at 12:21 PM, via CapeNature

CapeNature invites you to attend a virtual Nature Talks session by live webinar on Monday 27 July 2020 from 17H00 to 18H00. The event theme is “Must see hidden gems at CapeNature reserves”. Secure your online seat at the event here: Entries close at midnight, 24 July 2020. Attendees who are signed up to our monthly newsletter […]

Biodiversity Crime Awareness

21 July at 17:49 PM, via CapeNature

Collecting wild plants or animals without permission, is a crime… and it is happening everywhere. These criminals use or purchase everyday items to commit these crimes. Knowing what to look out for, can help us to prevent this and protect our biodiversity.

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