Black Friday Savings with CapeNature

1 Nov 2023

Our favourite time of the year is here! We’re all about great savings and top-notch experiences at CapeNature when visiting the Western Cape. November means our local and international visitors get the opportunity to splurge on great accommodation deals. Conserve, Explore and Experience with us. The coastal beauties, the blissful surroundings in nature, the magnificent landscapes, the rich historic values, the mystical mountains ranges, the plants, the animals, and of course, the eco-friendly fabulous accommodation and camping offerings. Don’t miss out. Live in the Moment, Connect with Nature.

The beautiful Bliss on the Bay against Hangklip at Pringle Bay

List of all participating reserves to choose from for Black Friday:

  1. Cederberg Wilderness (excluding selected cottages and campsites)
  2. Rocherpan Nature Reserve
  3. Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve
  4. Kogelberg Nature Reserve (excluding Oudebosch cottages)
  5. Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve
  6. Marloth Nature Reserve
  7. Goukamma Nature Reserve (selected cottages only)
  8. Gamkaberg Nature Reserve
  9. Limietberg Nature Reserve
  10. Robberg Nature Reserve
  11. Keurbooms Nature Reserve
  12. Anysberg Nature Reserve
  13. Bliss on the Bay, Pringle Bay

Anysberg Nature Reserve is the perfect getaway at a steal this Black Friday

Contact us for more information:

Call 087 087 8250, or email reservation.alert@capenature.co.za. 

Please note that T&Cs apply.

Cool off this summer with our unbelievable Black Friday deal.

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