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Care for Nature, Eco-Tourism, 31 October 2014

Wild Card rates for 2014-2015

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.

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Care for Nature, 22 October 2014

Cape Mountain Zebra Partners With Perdeberg

CapeNature’s Cape Mountain Zebra conservation programme recently took on a new partner in Perdeberg Winery.

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Eco-Tourism, 21 October 2014

Take the plunge!

The exciting Suicide Gorge and Riviersonderend kloofing trails in the Hottentots Holland nature reserve reopen for the summer on 1 November 2014.

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Eco-Tourism, 13 October 2014

Hiking without a hitch

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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