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With long, dry, hot days, summers in the Western Cape are the perfect time to take advantage of the many activities we offer on our nature reserves Whether you’re a thrill-seeker, a weekend rambler, or simply looking to enjoy a relaxing camping experience, CapeNature has the summer solution for you. 1. Hiking in Kogelberg (near […]
Already home to nearly 17 000 Cape gannets, Lambert’s Bay Bird Island now features a new exhibition building with skeletal displays of a seal, dolphin, gannet, krill model and the only Cuvier’s Beaked Whale skeletal display in South Africa.
As part of our dedication to community conservation activities, CapeNature has for many years actively provided access to nature reserves for over 1700 members of the public, specifically for sustainable harvesting of plants. This includes the harvesting of sour figs in the Walker Bay and Waenhuiskrans Nature Reserves, and wood harvesting of alien vegetation in […]
The Knersvlakte, one of the crown jewels in the country’s rich botanical treasure trove, has been added to the national network of protected areas. On 24 September 2014 WWF South Africa, CapeNature and the Leslie Hill Succulent Karoo Trust (LHSKT) announced the declaration of the Knersvlakte Nature Reserve during a celebratory event at the historical […]