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New Year’s Resolutions: Take a hike! Five must-try day hiking trails to tackle in 2018

…vel: easy/moderate Distance: ten kilometres (approximately three to four hours) How to get there Take the N2 from Cape Town towards George. Just past Swellendam and Buffelsjag River, take the left-hand turn-off for Suurbraak/Barrydale. Turn left and continue through the town of Suurbraak and past the turn-off for Barrydale via Tradouwpass. The tar road becomes a dirt road. Continue till a T-junction, turn left and keep left at the next fork in…

Experience the magic of Grootvadersbosch!

…only been a reserve since 1986 and was declared a W orld Heritage Site in 2004. How to get there Take the N2 from Cape Town towards George. Just past Swellendam and Buffelsjag River, take the left-hand turn-off for Suurbraak/Barrydale. Turn left and continue through the town of Suurbraak and past the turn-off for Barrydale via Tradouwpass. The tar road becomes a dirt road. Continue until a T-junction, turn left and keep left at the next fork in…

Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve

…images by Liesel Kershoff How to get there Take the N2 from Cape Town towards George. Proceed through Swellendam and Buffelsjag River. Approximately 1.5 km after the BP garage (on the right side), turn left at the Suurbraak/Barrydale signboard. Continue through the town of Suurbraak and past the turn-off for Barrydale via Tradouwpass. The tar road becomes a dirt road. Continue till a T-junction, turn left and keep left at the next fork in the…

Boosmansbos Wilderness Area

Boosmansbos Wilderness

…lick here to download the Boosmansbos Wilderness Area brochure. How to get there From Cape Town: Take the N2 from Cape Town towards George. Just past Swellendam and Buffelsjag River, take the left-hand turn-off for Suurbraak/Barrydale. Turn left and continue through the town of Suurbraak and past the turn-off for Barrydale via Tradouwpass. The tar road becomes a dirt road. Continue till a T-junction, turn left and keep left at the next fork in…

CapeNature partners
with Stillwater Sports
for AfricanX trail run

…team from CapeNature first participated in the AfricanX in 2012 and two years later completed stage two of the event dressed up as endangered animal species. Last year the team dressed up as the Cape mountain zebra (above), Barrydale redfin and the Swanepoel’s opal butterfly to raise awareness for these endangered species. 2016 will be no different, so look out for CapeNature’s Wildlife Warriors on each day of the race. The spectacular scenery…

Save our fynbos fish

…wareness programmes CapeNature is working with stakeholders to raise awareness and improve the conservation of rivers and wetlands and their associated plants and animals. These will focus on priority species, including two (Barrydale Redfin and Clanwilliam Sandfish) that have BMP-S plans, as well as NFEPAs that are critical areas for fish. Removal of alien fish from priority rivers for conservation Removing alien fish from priority rivers…

Marloth Nature Reserve

Marloth Nature Reserve is hidden away in the imposing Swellendam Mountains, between Swellendam, Ashton, Barrydale and Suurbraak. Swellendam is the third oldest town in South Africa and has many interesting cultural-historic features. The peaceful reserve, which is 14 123 hectares in size, is managed together with 16 532 hectares of privately owned land, and is a World Heritage Site. Marloth Nature Reserve is named after the pioneer botanist…

CapeNature’s World Heritage Sites – A Photo Tour

…s that can sleep six guests. More information and directions available at De Mond Nature Reserve. Marloth Nature Reserve Marloth Nature Reserve is hidden away in the imposing Swellendam Mountains, between Swellendam, Ashton, Barrydale and Suurbraak. Swellendam is the third oldest town in South Africa and has many interesting cultural-historic features. The peaceful reserve, which is 14 123 hectares in size, is managed together with 16 532…

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