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icon/horseriding_greenicon/horseriding_blueHorse ridingHorse riding
icon/rockclimbing_greenicon/rockclimbing_blueBoulderingBouldering
icon/donkeycart_greenicon/donkeycart_blueDonkey adventuresDonkey adventures
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Where to stay

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Camping

Camping

Eco-venues

Eco-venues

Groups

Groups

Featured accommodation

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Kingfisher Cottage
Rocherpan Nature Reserve
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Flamingo Cottage
Rocherpan Nature Reserve
Gamkaberg campsite 2 November 2015
Gamkaberg Campsite
Gamkaberg Nature Reserve

Featured eco-venues

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Tierkloof Eco-Lodge
Gamkaberg Nature Reserve
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Oudebosch Eco Cabins
Kogelberg Nature Reserve

Featured news

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28 May 2024
Slackpacking at Cederberg Wilderness Concessionaire Opportunities

CapeNature has identified an experiential walking tour, commonly known as ‘slackpacking’, as a potential for income generation, at the popular World Heritage site, Cederberg Wilderness Reserve, near Clanwilliam. 

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22 May 2024
The Big Biodiversity Challenge

The Western Cape Environmental Education Friends (WCEEF), together with members CapeNature, SANBI, Nature Connect, SANParks and the Two Oceans Aquarium, is thrilled to announce a new competition for children in grades 6 – 9.

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21 May 2024
CapeNature attends Africa’s Travel Indaba in Durban

CapeNature’s participation at the recent Africa Travel Indaba in Durban marked a significant milestone in promoting sustainable tourism and conservation initiatives. The event, which drew industry leaders and stakeholders from across the globe, provided an excellent platform for CapeNature to showcase its commitment to conserving the Western Cape's natural beauty while fostering economic growth through eco-tourism.

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20 May 2024
Cubs Club Newsletter May Special Days 2024

Cubs Club Newsletter May Special Days 2024

Good Vs Bad Energy
20 May 2024
Individual Action Projects

What happens when the climate changes? Print out the attached activity, circle all the smart climate change choices and items and earn yourself 100 points! Send us your completed activity and your points will be allocated to you. Email to learning@capenature.co.za.

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20 May 2024
Group Action Projects!

Here are some of the things that give us LARGE ecological footprints:

    Featured reserves

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    Assegaaibosch Nature Reserve

    Assegaaibosch is a small nature reserve in the Jonkershoek valley. It is about 9km from Stellenbosch, and 204 hectares in size. The reserve lies next to the Eerste River, which forms the northern boundary and extends up the north-eastern slope of Stellenbosch Mountain.

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    Cederberg Wilderness Area

    The Cederberg was proclaimed as a Wilderness in 1973. The 66811 ha of mountainous terrain is located in the Cape Floral Region only three hours outside Cape Town, but it feels like a different world.

    Explore rugged mountain terrain
    Swim in crystal clear rock pools
    Discover ancient rock art
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    Rocklands in the Cederberg

    The Rocklands area forms an integral part of the Cederberg Wilderness and is also proclaimed as a World Heritage Site. Rocklands also includes the areas at CapeNature’s Kliphuis, and partner properties at de Pakhuys, Traveller's Rest, Agter Pakhuis and Kleinfontein. It is a world famous bouldering destination with the bouldering season lasting from 30 April to 01 October every year.

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