Keurbooms promises an undiluted, unspoilt nature experience
The Cederberg’s craggy mountains and incredible rock formations make this region a climber’s paradise
Gamkaberg Nature Reserve was established in 1974 to conserve a local population of endangered Cape mountain zebra and their natural habitat.
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.
World Tourism Day takes place on 27 September, and the 2016 theme of Universal Access is pertinent as we seek to create a space for all to enjoy the beauty of the Western Cape’s nature reserves.
In spring, the Western Cape’s West Coast explodes with colour, as the wild flowers bloom and blanket the countryside. But that’s not all there is to experience…
More than half of the world’s penguin species are threatened with extinction, according to penguin experts convened at the Ninth International Penguin Congress in Cape Town this week.
Whale season is upon us down in the Western Cape, so we’ve gathered up some whale watching tips and tricks to make sure you get the most out of your trip along the coast to watch these magnificent citizens of the sea.
How do you want to get involved?