FOUR reasons not to miss the Jimmy Nevis Camp-Out
CapeNature and acclaimed musician and songwriter, Jimmy Nevis, merge conservation tourism and top class entertainment in the form of a unique, two-night outdoor camping experience from 15 – 17 February 2019.
Book your tickets today and rub shoulders with some of the most talented musicians in South Africa, listening to intimate acoustic performances while enjoying sweeping mountain views in an idyllic natural setting. Here are four reasons why you simply cannot afford to miss out on this unique event:
1) Up close and personal live entertainment
The two-night camp-out with singer and songwriter extraordinaire, Jimmy Nevis provides an up-close and personal experience with the acclaimed artist and other talented local musicians from his inner circle. It doesn’t get much better than live acoustic performances in a natural amphitheatre enclosed by mountains.
2) Breathtaking setting
The Cederberg Wilderness Area is a World Heritage Site that is home to the rare Clanwilliam cedar and a rich array of wildlife and mountain fynbos. If you’re really lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of the elusive Cape Leopard as you travel through the iconic orange rock formations that decorate the horizon.
3) Unforgettable camping experience
The Algeria camping venue is an idyllic oasis of calm, complete with a bubbling, tree-lined river and sweeping mountain views. The 48 campsites are situated alongside cool river pools and a play area for the kids. Ablution facilities are within easy reach. Fire up the braai, then listen to a performance by the stars, under a clear moonlit sky and recharge your body and spirit.
4) Adventure and exhilaration
For adventure seekers, there’s plenty to do when the musicians take a well earned rest. The Cederberg has a range of hiking trails that vary in intensity, including routes to fascinating rock formations, like the Maltese Cross and Wolfberg Arch, with refreshing waterfalls and pools along the way. On your journey, step back in time and visit some of the Cederberg’s remarkable examples of San and Khoi rock art.
The great news is that early bird tickets are available until Tuesday, 15 January so be sure to get your tickets today!