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CapeNature offers free access to selected reserves

CapeNature reserves will be free from 16 to 22 September 2020,"
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CapeNature offers free access to selected reserves

CapeNature will allow free access to selected reserves in the Western Cape in celebration of Tourism Month.

“To mark the significance of tourism and heritage, we’re delighted to announce that day access to selected CapeNature reserves will be free from 16 to 22 September 2020,” CapeNature said in a statement.

Locals have been urged to make use of this opportunity to explore the Cape.

James Brent-Styan, MEC spokesperson for Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning said:

“Our reserves are places where people can go to regenerate, get in touch with nature again especially after the long period of lockdown that may have got many of us down over the last few months. This is an ideal opportunity for a family trip to the great outdoors.”

Participating Reserves

West Coast

  • Groot Winterhoek
  • Cederberg
  • Matjiesrivier
  • Rocherpan

Winelands

  • Jonkershoek
  • Assegaaibosch
  • Hottentots Holland
  • Vrolijkheid
  • Limietberg

Overberg

  • De Mond
  • De Hoop
  • Marloth
  • Grootvadersbosch
  • Kogelberg

Garden Route

  • Robberg
  • Keurbooms River
  • Goukamma

Klein Karoo

  • Swartberg (Gamkaskloof/DieHel)
  • Gamkaberg
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