Menu

In the media

FOUR reasons not to miss the Jimmy Nevis Camp-Out


by CapeNature
CapeNature and acclaimed musician and songwriter, Jimmy Nevis, merge conservation tourism and top class entertainment in the form of a…

Fire Partners Ready for Summer Season


by CapeNature
Just over 200 delegates attended the official opening of the Western Cape Wildfire Season at the Lourensford Wine Estate, Somerset…

Published in In the media

CapeNature tackles youth unemployment through educational YES Programme


by CapeNature
CapeNature and the Department of Environmental Affairs celebrated its successful first year of the Youth Environmental Services (YES) Programme. The…

A safer experience in nature for all


by CapeNature
In celebration of the fast-approaching festive season, CapeNature, the biodiversity conservation authority in the Western Cape, will implement a no…

Published in In the media

Fire Prevention


by CapeNature
The Western Cape is one of the worst affected veldfire areas in the country where fires are a natural phenomenon…

Wild Card rates for 2018-2019


by CapeNature
The new Wild Card rates for 2018-2019 come into effect from Thursday 1 November 2018, and CapeNature has all the…

Penguin Palooza 2018 at Stony Point


by CapeNature
Members of the public flocked to the the third Penguin Palooza at the Stony Point Reserve in Betty’s Bay on…

Published in In the media

All Aboard for the Youth at Sea Project!


by CapeNature
CapeNature is delighted to be partnering with the Swiss Embassy in South Africa (Science and Technology Division) to provide four school…

Published in In the media, Uncategorized

Fire Updates: Outeniqua area


by CapeNature
Media Statement issued jointly by the George Municipality and Garden Route Municipality on Monday, 29 October regarding fires in the…

Published in Eco-Tourism, In the media

Penguin Palooza 2018!


by CapeNature
On Saturday, 27 October 2018, the Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds (SANCCOB) and CapeNature will jointly…

Published in Eco-Tourism, In the media

1 2 3 23
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.