Siyaya – Wildest Cape
CapeNature is proud to partner with the Siyaya team on SABC2 to bring viewers nine episodes of Siyaya – Wildest Cape where youth from various parts of the Western Cape travel to Goukamma, Robberg, Cederberg, Bird Island, Lambert’s Bay, Hottentots Holland and De Hoop nature reserves.
In Siyaya – Wildest Cape, the young adventurers, led by eccentric scientist Oompie (Dr Francois Odendaal) explore some of CapeNature’s beautiful nature reserves where they encounter an amazing array of flaura and fauna.
The show brings the beauty of nature home to the viewer in an entertaining and fun-filled way as the explorers take on new challenges in the wild every week as they hike, climb and swim their away across the reserves in 13 action-packed episodes of 26 minutes each.
The full schedule of episodes is as follows:
|Episode 1||Cederberg||Cederberg – The Secret Library||27 August 2018|
|Episode 2||De Hoop||De Hoop – Place of Hope||03 September 2018|
|Episode 3||Goukamma||Goukamma – A Last Wild Place||10 September 2018|
|Episode 4||West Coast 1||West Coast – Heading for Bird Island||17 September 2018|
|Episode 5||West Coast 2||Lambert’s Bay Bird Island – Where the Birds are in Charge||24 September 2018|
|Episode 6||Hottentots Holland 1||The Hottentots Holland Mountains – Crossing the Mountains||01 October 2018|
|Episode 7||Hottentots Holland 2||Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve – On Angels Wings||08 October 2018|
|Episode 8||Hottentots Holland 3||The Hottentots Holland Mountains – Unfinished Business||15 October 2018|
|Episode 9||Kogelberg||Kogelberg – Source to Sea||22 October 2018|
|Episode 10||Robberg 1||Robberg Nature Reserve (Part 1)||29 October 2018|
|Episode 11||Robberg 2||Robberg Nature Reserve (Part 2)||05 November 2018|
|Episode 12||Anysberg||Anysberg Nature Reserve||12 November 2018|
|Episode 13||Gamkaberg||Gamkaberg Nature Reserve||19 November 2018|
Siyaya is Zulu for ‘Let’s go!’, and that is exactly what the adventurers are doing in the Siyaya – Wildest Cape series as they explore every corner of nine CapeNature reserves.