Kogelberg Nature Reserve is considered by many to be the most beautiful of CapeNature’s protected areas. Its exceptional diversity and quality of fynbos means it is also considered the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom.
There are numerous options for hiking in the Groot Winterhoek Wilderness. Hikes have varying lengths and many provide welcome swimming opportunities.
The Swartberg Nature Reserve is of particular importance in the management of the region’s mountain catchments.
Biodiversity is concerned with the kind of world, and the kind of land, that we want to live in and to pass on to our children and grandchildren.
The new Wild Card rates for 2014-2015 come into effect from Saturday 1 November 2014 and CapeNature has all the information you need to stay informed about the changes.
CapeNature’s Cape Mountain Zebra conservation programme recently took on a new partner in Perdeberg Winery.
The exciting Suicide Gorge and Riviersonderend kloofing trails in the Hottentots Holland nature reserve reopen for the summer on 1 November 2014.
With increased temperatures, the issue of hiker safety is paramount in summer. Read our handy tips on staying cool and safe this season.
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