Book your #NatureStaycation today!

by CapeNature

It’s wonderful to be able to share some welcome news and the easing of leisure travel restrictions certainly falls into that category. Once again we can all enjoy all that the great outdoors has to offer; whether its splashing in a pristine rock pool, admiring a glorious sunset over the ocean, or taking a leisurely hike in nature’s great amphitheatre.

Scott Ramsay – Goukamma Nature Reserve – Western Cape – South Africa

Overnight travel stays are permitted and many of our reserves have re-opened with plenty of accommodation options available, ranging from ‘glamping’ in luxury, safari-style tents to the latest in modern, luxury eco-cabins.

Scott Ramsay – Goukamma Nature Reserve

With the lifting of restrictions, our guests have come flooding back to embrace their #NatureStaycation experience – here’s what a few of them had to say:

Wolfberg Arch - Cederberg


Visitor safety

With the safety of visitors and staff remaining a top priority, all visitors entering a controlled CapeNature reserve entrance gate will be subjected to a screening process upon arrival. This will include the mandatory completion of a 4-step check-in process for the safety of all our visitors. This process will involve the compulsory sanitising of hands, wearing of masks, temperature checks and completion of a quick “Visitor Access Register”. A compulsory 5th step for all overnight visitors has been added, which is the completion of a “Visitor Screening Questionnaire”, for each person.

How to make a booking

Book by phoning our Contact Centre on 087 087 8250, or email Alternatively, please make use of the online booking portal. A list of all available tourism products until further notice will be regularly updated here. Please familiarise yourself with our ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ prior to planning your trip.

Scott Ramsey – Robberg Nature Reserve – Western Cape – South Africa

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