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Bas and Suga visit CapeNature reserves for more food adventures!


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Bas Newman; pastry chef and food stylist and well-known radio personality Suga, have joined forces to explore food and lifestyle…

CapeNature Announces a Freeze on Tourism Prices until 31 August…


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CapeNature is delighted to announce a tourism price freeze on entrances fees, camping, hiking and accommodation tariffs at CapeNature reserves…

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…

A celebration of natural and cultural heritage – Access Week…


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From 23 to 29 September 2019 day access to all CapeNature reserves will be free.  CapeNature has made this decision…

Enjoy the outdoors safely


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We have been blessed with great natural beauty in this country and South Africans flock to the great outdoors in…

CapeNature and Sanbona Wildlife Reserve team up to save iconic…


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The Little Karoo was the scene of a dramatic Cape mountain zebra capture and translocation operation on Friday, 2 August…

In the mood for adventure? Access Week is back in…


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September is both Tourism Month and Heritage month in South Africa when we acknowledge the enormous contribution that tourism makes…

Nature Talks: successful launch of family-themed travel chats


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Nature enthusiasts streamed to the Intaka Island Environmental Centre for an evening of refreshment and educational entertainment for the whole…

Go Bouldering at the world-renowned Rocklands site!


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The Cederberg’s craggy mountains and incredible rock formations make this region a  climber’s paradise. The Cederberg is home to Rocklands,…

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2019 Clanwilliam Cedar tree planting event a resounding success


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The morning of Saturday, 18 May dawned bright, clear and cold as stakeholders, local community members, members of the media and…
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