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To celebrate the Tourism and Heritage Moon, Cape Nature offers free admission to 21 nature reserves during the 7th Access Week.
The 7th Access Week, September 13-20, 2021, will provide the general public with the opportunity to explore natural heritage at selected reserve destinations.
“This wonderful annual opportunity gives visitors the opportunity to participate in many activities, from historic and cultural attractions, hiking, picnics to mountain biking and bird watching,” said Cape Nature. One Dr. Razeena Omar said.
Omar encouraged South Africans to spend the day in nature and explore their natural heritage.
“Access Week offers everyone the opportunity to enjoy our natural space and our unique natural heritage. All health and safety protocols are implemented, including requiring the wearing of masks. “
Free access when booking at the call center or when booking online does not apply. This offer does not include accommodation reservations. Free access pertains to general access (protection costs), hiking, mountain biking and other day-to-day activities. The exemption does not apply to whale trails, some landowners, partners, or concessions such as canopy tours, bouldering, horseback riding, etc.
Visitors to Cape Nature enjoy free day trips (excluding accommodation) in the reserves from the West Coast to Winelands, Overberg, Garden Route and Kleinkaroo.
West Coast: Groot Winterhoek, Bird Island, Cederberg, Matjiesrivier, Rocherpan.
Winelands: Limietberg, Hottentots Holland, Assegaaibosch (picnic only).
Overberg: Kogelberg, De Mond, De Hoop, Marloth, Grootvadersbosch, Walker Bay.
Garden route: Robberg, Keurbooms River, Goukamma, Gelkrans.
Karoo: Swartberg, Gamkaberg, Anysberg.
CapeNature offers free admission to 21 nature reserves during the 7th Access Week
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