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Kids events this summer
If your kids love nature, they will love our kids events with Cape Union Mart in the school more »

Easy day walks in Garden Route National Park
The Garden Route is always delightful for a breather from the rat-race, somewhere to stretch your more »

A recently mature adult dusky kob, caught and released at Sundays Beach near Port Elizabeth. Image by Chris Schoultz
Where have all the fish gone?
What do you need to know about coastal angling before you head out with your fishing gear this more »

Wild gadgets: A Christmas round-up
Can you hear the Christmas bells ringing? Before we know, 'tis the season to be jolly and the hunt more »

A stay at Bontle Rest Camp
Safari tents now at Marakele's Bontle Camp
Love camping but not so fond of spending your bushveld nights in a conventional tent? Bontle Rest more »

HI-TEC Hike of the Month: Grey's Pass in uKhahlamba-Drakensberg
Fancy a hike in the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg? This mountain range should definitely be on any hiker's more »

Book review: Binoculars, gravel road & map
Kruger National Park is as big as many small countries. It can be daunting to plan a visit if you more »

Kgalagadi in black and white
For UK photographer Samuel Cox the Kgalagadi, “a brutally harsh and unforgiving environment& more »

Curiosity scared the rhino
This little rhino appears to be looking for friends in the wild. An amazing interaction between a more »

President Zuma attends anti-rhino poaching awareness day in KNP
President Jacob Zuma visited the Kruger National Park on Sunday 1 November 2015 to head an more »

Road test: Avis safari rental adventure
Are you an adventurer, but you don’t have a 4x4? To explore remote and rugged routes in our more »

Buffalo stampede
There’s one day of walking in Kruger that former ranger Cleve Cheney will never forget. He more »

CapeNature: Kogelberg Nature Reserve

Kogelberg Nature Reserve
Often considered the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom, the reserve is unspoilt with its peaks, dips and tributaries of the Palmiet River creating a remote wilderness. Hikers and rowers have much to explore, but the terrain is tough.
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Braai for good: Kruger's firewood is eco-friendly

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Upcoming Events
Wild Shots Wildlife Photography Symposium21 Nov 2015, Nedbank Sandton Auditorium, 135 Rivonia Road, Sandown
Leopard conservation: challenges and solutions23 Nov 2015, Cape Union Mart Adventure Store Centurion
Beasts of the Cradle1 Dec 2015-31 Jan 2016, Maropeng Visitor Centre
Wildlife Photographer of the Year1 Dec 2015-15 Apr 2016, Chavonnes Battery Museum