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Eco-Tourism, In the media, Promotions, 29 April 2016

Get 40% off in Winter 2016

Our fantastic 40% off winter promotion is happening again in 2016, and you don’t want to miss out!

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Care for Nature, In the media, 25 April 2016

Learn more about the
African Penguin

In honour of World Penguin Day, brush up on your African Penguin knowledge with our quick article that lists five facts you may not know about everyone’s favourite flightless bird.

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Care for Nature, Eco-Tourism, In the media, 22 April 2016

CapeNature unveils Truitjieskraal cultural heritage rock art site

Located in Matjiesrivier Nature Reserve east of the rocky Cederberg Wilderness, the newly upgraded Truitjieskraal interpretive trail has been unveiled

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Care for Nature, In the media, 12 April 2016

WWF-SA and CapeNature team up in search of rare flora

The hunt is on! But the sights aren’t set on big game – rather, on a fascinating group of plants that are found in a unique part of our world – the Succulent Karoo.

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