Get CapeNature’s 40% winter discount on your next getaway!

1 May 2024

Pack your bags, grab the essentials and head towards one of CapeNature’s pristine reserves for your next winter holiday, and take advantage of our spectacular 40% saving on select self-catering accommodation and campsites. The promotional period is valid from 1 May to 31 July 2024.

Your next CapeNature winter getaway is sure to be a bundle of fun with a wide variety of activities on offer, such as hiking and walking, bird watching, mountain biking, rock climbing, and swimming for those keen to brave the cold water.

After a day filled with joy, laughter, and smiles from ear to ear, warm up next to a fireplace and get cosy for the evening at one of our self-catering cottages.

Whether you are close to the breathtakingly lush Winelands or near the rumbling shores of the West Coast, CapeNature has the perfect collection of nature reserves to liven up your winter holiday.

List of all participating reserves to choose from:

Book Your Winter Getaway

Secure your spot for a cosy winter retreat with CapeNature! Here’s how you can book:

  1. Online Booking: Visit CapeNature Booking to make your reservation directly.
  1. Phone Enquiries: For booking inquiries, call us on 087 087 8250.
  1. Validity: This offer is available for overnight stays from May 1 to July 31, 2024.

Plan your escape to nature this winter with CapeNature!

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