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1 Mar 2024
Exciting Frog Monitoring Programme Coming Soon!

Frogs are excellent indicators of environmental change, and CapeNature will be launching a frog monitoring programme at Groenvlei in the spring of 2024.

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21 Feb 2024
Tour Guides! Take Our Survey And Stand A Chance To Win

In honour of tourist guides, CapeNature and the Western Cape Department of Economic Development and Tourism (DEDAT) would like to recognise the important role tour guides play within the tourism industry in the province and beyond.

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15 Feb 2024
Must-Visit Destinations Along the Garden Route

With so much to do and even more to see, CapeNature reserves in the Garden Route are so worth it! A diverse an exciting experience leaves visitors speechless and in touch with their nature side for life. 

Kogelberg Nature Reserve
9 Feb 2024
Embrace Love in the Splendor of Nature

Love is in the air at CapeNature reserves this February! If you are planning to wine and dine your beloved or are in need of some self-care in the breathtaking views and wide open spaces of nature then visit one of our reserves.

Picnic in Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve 05 February 2024
7 Feb 2024
Last days of summer

Experience the beauty of the outdoors, engage in outdoor activities, and create cherished moments with your family and friends.

Young hikers from Hikers Network appreciating the beauty of a wetland during last years World Wetlands Day
2 Feb 2024
CapeNature celebrates World Wetlands Day 2024

World Wetlands Day, celebrated every year on 2 February, marks the signing of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, an intergovernmental treaty with the mission to conserve wetlands. This day is celebrated to raise public awareness about the importance and value of wetlands. The theme for 2024 is “Wetlands and Human Wellbeing”.

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1 Feb 2024
Less Worry, More Nature with CapeNature & Mobicred!

Mobicred is here to allow you and your loved ones to explore and experience the wonders of the Western Cape at CapeNature reserves – stay now and pay later, yep, you read right!

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25 Jan 2024
One of a kind – a unique Cape mountain zebra foal born at Sanbona

The birth of a unique foal at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is a beacon of hope for Cape mountain zebra conservation. Over the last 300 years, hunting and habitat destruction has decimated Cape mountain zebra numbers and isolated the three remaining small populations.

Robberg Nature Reserve Kiosk
23 Jan 2024
Be Sure to Make a Pitt Stop at Robberg Nature Reserve's Kiosk

Robberg Nature Reserve's kiosk is now open from 7am to 6pm in summer and 8am to 5pm in winter and is fully stocked with an array of hot beverages, cold drinks, light snacks, sandwiches, and sweet treats to boost your energy levels.

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10 Jan 2024
Dive into West Coast Wonder

If you love being in the wild or are a water baby, this region is for you. The West Coast is truly a remarkable destination that offers a unique and diverse natural environment. If you want to find out more about our offerings and nature reserves to visit when in the West Coast, you have come to the right place.

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8 Jan 2024
CapeNature Welcomes Dr Ashley Naidoo as New CEO

CapeNature is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Ashley Naidoo as its new Chief Executive Officer. Dr Naidoo commenced his duties on 1 January 2024 and succeeds Dr Razeena Omar, who retired at the end of last year after serving in the role for the past decade.

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8 Jan 2024
Summer activities at CapeNature reserves

Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the Western Cape's diverse landscapes. Pack your bags, invite some friends and family, and have an AWESOME summer.