• Top 3 Places to Stay in the West Coast

    The West Coast When deciding on what to list for my top 3 places to stay in the West Coast, I was tempted to give you a list of lesser known places, but that’s not the case this time round. The West Coast is known for its winding roads filled with many a great spot

    Top 3 Places to Stay in the West Coast
  • The Plight of the Clanwilliam Cedar Tree

    CapeNature Hosts Tree Planting Ceremony in Heuningvlei CapeNature, in partnership with the Bushmanskloof Wilderness Resort located in the Cederberg Wilderness, recently hosted the Clanwilliam Cedar (Widdringtonia cedarbergensis: Cupressaceae) tree planting event in the community of Heuningvlei. The annual event has been taking place since 2003 to raise awareness of the plight of the Clanwilliam Cedar tree.

    CapeNature Hosts Tree Planting Ceremony in Heuningvlei
  • TIPS TO BE A TOURIST IN YOUR HOMETOWN

    TIPS TO BE A TOURIST IN YOUR HOMETOWN How many tourists have you seen flock to our shores over the years? If tourists can enjoy your hometown then surely you can too. Some local attractions may be geared towards foreign currencies which could prove costly for locals but having said that, enjoying your hometown shouldn’t

    TIPS TO BE A TOURIST IN YOUR HOMETOWN
  • Best Camping Spots in the Western Cape

    Best Camping Spots in the Western Cape I posed the question to my social media followers asking, “Where are the Best Camping Spots in the Western Cape?” one person went on to say Camps Bay another said the Camp Nou (Barcelona) but unfortunately, I could not add those to the list. As we enter yet

    Best Camping Spots in the Western Cape
  • Visa Free Travel for South Africans

    Travel the globe Visa Free So, you have some cash saved up and you would love to travel the world on a budget, then my suggestion is to venture off to some of my favourite Visa Free destinations. What is a Visa? A Visa is an official document or an endorsement on a passport issued

    Visa Free Travel for South Africans
  • Small Towns to EXPLORE in the Western Cape

    Visit Small Towns in the Cape for a Great Time It doesn’t take much to live your best life these days and money shouldn’t prohibit you from experiencing the happiness that comes from travelling. Why not just consider local travel, it has brought me so much joy in the past year that I have decided

  • Aurora Views: A Home away from Home

    Aurora Views Situated in the amazing Helderberg area of the Western Cape, with stunning views of False Bay and the Cape Peninsula. Aurora Views is the perfect place to explore the winelands, visit amazing beaches and play golf against a stunning backdrop. Gordon’s Bay is a scenic coastal harbour town which lies in a corner

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  • Franschhoek Bastille Festival

    Franschhoek Bastille Festival 25th Anniversary Save the date for SA’s French inspired 25th annual Franschhoek Bastille Festival, which takes place at the historic Franschhoek Huguenot Monument on 14 and 15 July. A social calendar highlight, the weekend long event is guaranteed to bring out the Parisian in you. The captivating village is a hive of

  • New Thomas & Friends: Big World! Big Adventures!

    ALL ABOARD FOR THE WORLD’S BIGGEST ADVENTURE AS BRAND NEW CG-ANIMATED CHILDREN’S MOVIE – THOMAS & FRIENDS™: BIG WORLD! BIG ADVENTURES! THE MOVIE – LAUNCHES IN SOUTH AFRICA New Thomas & Friends movie sees Thomas leave Sodor for the very first time to travel to Africa, South America, USA and China meeting new friends along the way including first Kenyan tank

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  • My Cape Nature Diary

    Dear Diary Do people still make use of diaries, not the mobile version, the old school kind? The pen and paper variant. A written journal of your daily activities, you know, “Dear Diary… I woke up… showered… ate… visited Cape Nature… read a book”. Well, these days I haven’t spent much time reading, however, my

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