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Eco-Tourism, 27 January 2015

Coming soon … to Algeria

That hum of excitement you can sense is the feeling we get when we think about what’s going to be on offer to the public later this year. From upgraded campsites, to eco-cabins and converted houses, CapeNature has four new and upgraded products launching this year that you’re going to love. 

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In the media, 27 January 2015

New CapeNature board chairperson appointed

Minister of Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning, Mr Anton Bredell, has appointed Professor Gavin W. Maneveldt as the new CapeNature board chairperson.

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Eco-Tourism, 26 January 2015

Coming soon … to Rocherpan

There’s a lot happening on our reserves this year, with CapeNature expanding our eco-friendly accommodation options, along with some other exciting new tourism ventures, across the province to give you more access to the natural wilderness areas of the Western Cape.

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Eco-Tourism, 19 January 2015

Duiwelsbos: A devilishly delightful hike

A relatively easy walk in Marloth Nature Reserve, the Duiwelsbos trail rewards your efforts with some stunning scenery and a great little waterfall at the top.

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