September marks Tourism Month and CapeNature would like to invite you to join in the celebrations. Free access to CapeNature reserves will be available to the public during the 7th annual Access Week, from 13 – 20 September 2021.
In celebration of Heritage Day and Tourism Month, CapeNature offers the public an opportunity to explore their natural heritage at selected reserve destinations. This wonderful once-in-a-year opportunity gives visitors a chance to participate in a number of activities ranging from exploring historical cultural sites, hiking, and picnicking to mountain biking and birdwatching.
PARTICIPATING NATURE RESERVES
GARDEN ROUTE: Robberg, Keurbooms River, Goukamma and Geelkrans
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.
KAROO: Swartberg, Gamkaberg, Anysberg.
CapeNature CEO, Dr Razeena Omar added: “I encourage all South Africans to spend a day in nature and explore their natural heritage, free of charge! As part of Tourism Month and Heritage Day celebrations, Access Week provides an opportunity for everyone to enjoy our natural spaces and our unique natural heritage. All health and safety protocols will be in place, including the mandatory wearing of masks.”
Fall in love with nature and your natural heritage this Tourism Month!
Parks on the list in and around Plett are Robberg, Keurbooms River, Goukamma and Geelkrans.
Visit www.capenature.co.za to learn more and remember to tag CapeNature and Plett Tourism on social media during your visit using the hashtags #LoveNature #AccessWeek #plettitsafeeling and #TourismMonth.