CapeNature is now open for events. In light of COVID-19, the entity has put the necessary measures in place to minimise health and safety risks at events on its nature reserves. We also appreciate the proactive safeguards implemented by our events stakeholders.
Event applications can be submitted to Trevor Luthango at email@example.com. All event officials and participants will be given access to CapeNature’s reserves as provided for in regulations 55 (2)(d),(i) i-v, (j), (l), (m) and (n), of the Disaster Management Act: Amendment of Regulations issued in terms of Section 27(2) in government gazette NO 43620 of 17 August 2020.
The number of participants including organisers must be kept to a maximum of 50 people per event. This number could increase as lockdown levels are relaxed, but such changes will be communicated formally.
A complete application request consists of:
Event application form
Event route map (detailed and clear)
Environmental Management Plan (EMP)
Proof of public liability insurance (submitted on approval of event)
The Western Cape’s nature reserves offer a wide selection of the most breathtaking landscapes including mountains, dams, waterfalls, rivers and roads, making them a desirable venue for hosting events. Please note that events are subject to approval by CapeNature.
The CapeNature Event application form may be downloaded here.
For further enquiries please contact Mr Trevor Luthango in our Marketing department on 087 087 9262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tariffs applicable for the period 1 September 2020 to 31 August 2021 can be downloaded here.
CapeNature is driven by the vision to conserve nature for a sustainable future.
The organisation's mission is to manage, conserve and promote our human, natural and heritage assets through best practice, access, benefit sharing and sustainable use.