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Check-in time for overnight visitors at all reserves, strictly 14h00-16h00.

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CapeNature participates in the City Nature Challenge, a worldwide citizen science event

By Natanya Dreyer, Team Leader, Learning and Awareness The annual City Nature Challenge is a global community science competition to document biodiversity. The challenge is a bio blitz that engages residents and visitors to find and document plants, animals and other organisms within a specific boundary. Cities around the world compete against one another to […]

Warm up with CapeNature this winter!

    Discover the beauty of winter with CapeNature with our discounted promotion of 40% off self-catering accommodation and camping facilities across the Western Cape. The promotion runs from 1 May to 31 August 2021 and means that you get an additional 40% off our existing price freeze promotion which has been running since 2019. […]

Restoring Life at Sea

  Oil spills at sea are a considerable threat to the South African oceans and coastline as the oil inevitably gets washed out along the shore. The hazards for wildlife include toxicity during exposure or ingestion, injuries such as smothering and deterioration of thermal insulation, and damage to their reproductive systems and behaviors. While the […]

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