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Care for Nature, Eco-Tourism, 25 June 2015

Help put the Cedar back in the Cederberg

Join Just Trees, Red Espresso and CapeNature this weekend for their sixth annual Cedar Tree Planting Day and help put the Cedar back in the Cederberg. 

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Eco-Tourism, Promotions, 19 June 2015

Treat Dad to an experience this Father’s Day!

Not keen on buying your father another pair of socks for Father’s Day this year? Why not treat him to an experience by heading out to a CapeNature reserve!

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Care for Nature, Eco-Tourism, 15 June 2015

Youth Day 2015: Five things to do in nature with your kids

In celebration of Youth Day, on 16 June, we look at the five best activities you can do with your kids while you’re out in nature.

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Care for Nature, In the media, 06 June 2015

People and Conservation: Ntsikelelo from Anysberg

To celebrate National Environment Week, which culminates in World Environment Day, we are profiling locals who have found employment, and a new way of life, through working for, and with, CapeNature. Our final profile is on Ntsikelelo from Anysberg Nature Reserve.

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