More Reserves Added to the CapeNature Mobile App: Adventure Awaits!

15 Apr 2024

What does this mean for you? More destinations to travel to and explore at the ease of your fingertips! CapeNature is making local travel an easier with the latest update to our visitor mobile app!

The app is more convenient than ever for our beloved visitors, with helpful features like detailed guides and maps, self-check-in, competitions, and more.

Users can download the app onto their cell phones and experience our reserves and the natural world like never before. Through our visitor-centric approach to eco-tourism and conservation, digitalisation and access are paramount to providing a great experience on our reserves.

With the latest update, we have added more reserves, including Anysberg Nature Reserve, Lambert’s Bay Bird Island Nature Reserve, Outeniqua Nature Reserve, Bliss on the Bay, Pringle Bay, recently launched Geelkrans Nature Reserve, Walker Bay Nature Reserve, Matjiesrivier Nature Reserve, and Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve.

A new addition to the CapeNature mobile visitor app is that more people will be able to explore and plan their trips on Huawei devices.

Great benefits to downloading the app include:

  • Free to use with no hidden costs for additional functionality.
  • Simple and easy to use, with access to everything you need when visiting/staying over at the reserves.
  • Automated check-in to complete visitor indemnity screening.
  • Quick access to reserve maps powered by Forge to safely discover hidden pathways.
  • Quick access to iNaturalist to share and discuss your outdoor findings.
  • Notifications on alerts for the reserves, to always be in the know.
  • Quick and easy to share with your family and friends when making group bookings or planning your next CapeNature trip!

Download the app for FREE now on App Store, Google Play and HUAWEI AppGallery


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