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Eco-Tourism, In the media, 02 July 2014

Robberg Nature Reserve Awarded 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate Of Excellence

Recognised by the world’s largest travel site as a top performing tourist destination, Robberg Nature Reserve has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award for 2014. The accolade, which honours hospitality excellence, is awarded only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveller reviews on TripAdvisor and represent some of the top tourist destinations worldwide. Situated […]

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Eco-Tourism, Promotions, 01 July 2014

Nature Is Closer Than You Think – 35% Off

This winter, why not swap the bright city lights for some of the best stargazing on the planet in a place where time stands still? Then, after a quiet nights rest in a cosy cottage, rise and shine for a crisp morning hike, ancient San rock art viewing, historical site visiting, 4X4 exploring or horse-trail […]

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Care for Nature, 12 June 2014

De Mond Nature Reserve Complex Protected Area Management Plan

After receiving comments from the public and interested stakeholders, the De Mond Nature Reserve Complex Protected Area Management Plan (PAMP) final draft is available for viewing. CapeNature is the designated Management Authority for the De Mond Nature Reserve Complex which consists of the: De Mond Nature Reserve (State Forest Nature Reserve) which includes the Heuningnes […]

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Care for Nature, In the media, 22 May 2014

International Day of Biological Diversity

With International Day of Biological Diversity celebrated on 22 May, not only is it a reason to revel in nature, but also a reminder of what we can do to conserve the biodiversity in the Western Cape. This year’s theme – Island Biodiversity – provides a unique opportunity to strengthen the biodiversity conservation status of […]

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