Experience the wonder of winter at 35% off

by CapeNature

There is something so inviting about being out in nature during winter. It’s a time to discover the amazing beauty of nature, breathe the crisp winter air, view some diverse fynbos and flowing rivers, and gaze in awe at the clear night skies. But while there may be some beautiful sights outside, it’s also the best time of year to snuggle up by the fire and enjoy the entrancing pages of a good book.

Here are a few options to consider this winter (and don’t forget it’s 35% off  until the end of August):

Anysberg Nature Reserve

Located near Ladismith, Anysberg is one of the darkest regions in the Western Cape, so consider swapping the bright city lights for some of the best stargazing opportunities on the planet. Then rise and shine for a crisp morning hike, rock site viewing, 4×4 exploring.

Anysberg Nature Reserve - CapeNature, by Scott Ramsay

Cederberg Wilderness

Surrounded by a beautiful mountainous landscape, winter in the Cederberg can be a cold, but extremely beautiful time to visit. It’s only three hours away from Cape Town, but once there, it can feel like a different world. The Cederberg Mountains, burnt orange by iron oxide, dominate the views. The jagged sandstone rock formations, such as the Maltese Cross and the Wolfberg Arch make this area a truly spectacular destination.

Cederberg Wilderness Area, CapeNature, Scott Ramsay

Gamkaberg Nature Reserve

Situated within the Cape Floral Kingdom, the Gamkaberg is a special place which hosts one of the richest flora on earth. The reserve is of particular interest to botanists as four of the South African biomes are represented, namely Fynbos, Succulent Karoo, Subtropical Thicket and Evergreen Forest.

The views are some of the best you will see in the Western Cape and during the winter the snow-capped mountains make it even more spectacular. The accommodation is also very comfortable, yet charming and rustic, and gives visitors a first class nature experience away from the busy city life.

Gamkaberg Nature Reserve, CapeNatyre, Scott Ramsay

Assegaaibosch Manor House

We’ll admit the cold air is not for everyone, but a stay in the historical and comfy Manor House at Assegaaibosch Nature Reserve could be the perfect remedy to help you relax and unwind.

In this traditional homestead it becomes perfectly acceptable to stay inside, curled up in front of the modern fireplace or relaxing under a comfy blanket with a hot beverage and book at hand.

Manor House - Assegaaibosch Nature Reserve, CapeNature

Our winter adventures are there for the taking so call our reservations office on +27 21 483 0190 or email reservation.alert@capenature.co.za

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