Head into the great outdoors this winter!

by CapeNature

Enjoy 40% off winter accommodation at CapeNature.

Winter is here! While the rest of the world is hibernating at home, CapeNature invites you to explore the unparalleled beauty of nature, with 40% off accommodation – valid from 2 May to 31 August 2018!

CapeNature reserves offer fully equipped self-catering accommodation, and hidden gems like Grootvadersbosch, Cederberg, Gamaskloof and Gamkaberg provide the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable winter holiday.

When it comes to combining luxury and natural splendour, Grootvadersbosch is certainly a cut above the rest. Our 11 eco-friendly cabins were constructed in 2016 from reclaimed materials, and we left no stone unturned in ensuring that the cabins have as low an impact on the environment as possible. Characterised by its indigenous forest, Grootvadersbosch offers a wide range of activities and adventures including bird watching, hiking trails, mountain biking and so much more.

If mountain adventure is on your winter bucket list, a destination that’s certainly worth exploring is the Cederberg. Hidden away between the hills and valleys, the modern cottages give you the opportunity to truly immerse yourself in the unparalleled beauty of nature – it’s simple, uncomplicated living at its finest. The reserve has been declared a World Heritage Site, known for its rock art and spectacular boulders, just waiting to be explored.

Another reserve that’s renowned for its cultural and historical relevance is Gamkaskloof in the Swartberg Nature Reserve. Visitors escaping to our fully equipped self-catering cottages this winter will get the opportunity to truly appreciate the reserve’s rich heritage, including San rock art and artefacts that have been preserved in caves throughout the reserve. Go on a guided tour through the valleys, trek across the mountains on foot or bike, indulge in some of the most spectacular bird watching you’ll ever do, and so much more.

If you’re a camping junkie, don’t let winter stop you from exploring the great outdoors! Instead, go “glamping” at the Gamkaberg eco lodge and experience a side to camping you never knew existed. Combining comfort and nature, it’s the best of both worlds – plus, the reserve has plenty for nature lovers to see and do in the way of bird watching, rock climbing, 4×4-trekking, hiking and picnicking. If you’re lucky, you might even spot one of the few endangered Cape mountain zebra that still roam the lands.

Don’t let winter stop you from embarking on an adventure and experiencing the unparalleled beauty of Mother Nature at these and other CapeNature reserves.

Book your winter accommodation today to take advantage of this amazing 40% discount!

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