Menu

Care for Nature

What YOU need to know before hiking or fishing


by CapeNature
CapeNature is continuing the phased reopening of its reserves across the Western Cape following the easing of the national lockdown…

Published in Care for Nature

Sinking of the MV Treasure – marking South Africa’s worst…


by CapeNature
By Kevin Shaw, Team Leader: Ecology | Biodiversity Intelligence The 23rd of June 2020 marks the 20th anniversary of the sinking of…

Published in Care for Nature

Boosmansbos Wilderness

CapeNature announces phased reopening of reserves


by CapeNature
CapeNature is delighted to announce the phased reopening of its reserves across the Western Cape following the easing of the…

World Oceans Day 2020 – understanding our impact on the…


by CapeNature
By Pierre de Villiers, Senior Manager, Marine and Coasts Operations The link between oceans and the land is often not…

Ground Pangolin of Southern Africa


by CapeNature
Temminck’s Ground Pangolin Smutsia temminckii (synonym Manis temminckii), is the most widespread African pangolin species, recorded from south-eastern Chad, through…

Plan your next CapeNature getaway virtually!


by CapeNature
The global outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the travel and tourism sector severely. CapeNature reserves remained closed during the…

Of Pangolins, Bats and the Illegal Trade of Wildlife


by CapeNature
By Alexis Olds and Philippa Huntly, CapeNature Biodiversity Capabilities The COVID-19 pandemic has got us to think about our relationship…

Kudos for CapeNature’s biodiversity management


by CapeNature
The International Day for Biological Diversity is celebrated on 22 May annually and this year’s theme is “Our solutions are in…

Sights unseen, the magical miniature world of aquatic invertebrates


by CapeNature
By Jeanne Gouws, Freshwater Ecologist When it comes to the animal Kingdom, conservation is not all about everything big. Big…

Biodiversity in our rivers


by CapeNature
CapeNature ecologists Dr. Martine Jordaan and Jeanne Gouws were fortunate enough to get out into the field (or rivers in…
1 2 3 28
Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly.Update my browser now

×

Get involved

Bookings are processed through our Call Centre during office hours Monday to Friday 07h30 to 16h30 and Saturday 08h00 until 12h00 noon (CAT).

Our friendly tourism booking officers will take you through the booking process and answer all enquiries.