Monthly Archives: September 2016

Cape Mountain Zebra, CapeNature, Scott Ramsay

Conservation management action for iconic Cape mountain zebra

by CapeNature
Conservation management was seen in action during CapeNature’s first Cape mountain zebra capture and translocation operation that took place from…

World Tourism Day: Aiming for universal access

by CapeNature
World Tourism Day took place on 27 September, and the 2016 theme of Universal Access is pertinent as we seek…

Published in Eco-Tourism, In the media

West Coast wonder in spring

by CapeNature
In spring, the Western Cape’s West Coast explodes with colour, as the wild flowers bloom and blanket the countryside. But…

Published in Eco-Tourism, Promotions

Half of Penguin Species in Trouble

by CapeNature
Penguins are among the most beloved and well-studied bird groups.  Restricted to the Southern Hemisphere, they range from Antarctica to…

A whale watching road trip

by CapeNature
Whale season is upon us down in the Western Cape, so we’ve gathered up some whale watching tips and tricks…

Published in Eco-Tourism

Beat the summer rush with 20% off bookings made in…

by CapeNature
CapeNature has a summer lifestyle holiday choice for everyone, from families to young travellers, adventurers to relaxation-seekers with activities galore…
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