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Valentine’s Day blues? Book your romantic escape today!


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Forget those last minute overpriced gifts, and make this a Valentine’s Day to remember by booking an unforgettable stay in…

World Wetlands Day 2020 – creating awareness and employment


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World Wetlands Day falls on 02 February each year. It has been celebrated internationally since 1997, marking the adoption of…

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Matric Wild Nights Out – Connecting Young People with Nature


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Text by: Jess Tyrrell Photos by: Clare Louise Thomas We all need places of natural wonder for our well-being. Many…

Peregrine Falcons soaring high over Bridgetown


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By Kevin Shaw, CapeNature Team Leader: Ecology | Biodiversity Intelligence A photo that was being circulated on WhatsApp in 2019…

CapeNature says fire awareness is an all year round priority


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CapeNature statistics show that more than 90% of fires in the Western Cape are human-induced accidental fires that occur largely…

The importance of fish diversity and abundance: World Fisheries Day…


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World Fisheries Day is celebrated every year on 21 November throughout the world by fishing communities. The day helps to…

Protected Area Management Plans (PAMPS) – Public Participation


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The objective of a protected area management plan is to ensure that the protection, conservation and management of the reserve…

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Enjoy a holiday in the heart of the Cape Winelands…


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Located between the quaint towns of Robertson and McGregor, Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve is a hidden gem in the Breede River Valley…

CapeNature is a finalist at the Vision 2030 Awards


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The annual Vision 2030 Awards have announced their 2019 finalists and CapeNature is delighted to be named among those in…

Celebrating National Marine Week 2019


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National Marine Week is celebrated across South Africa during the second week of October to encourage the sustainable use of…
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