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#TourismMonth: Free access to CapeNature reserves in SeptemberBy ATTA®
In celebration of Tourism Month, CapeNature will allow free access to selected reserves in the Western Cape for a full week between 16 and 22 September.
Western Cape Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning MEC Anton Bredell has encouraged locals and visitors to the province to make use of the opportunity to explore the unique heritage that belongs to all.
"CapeNature’s reserves are places where people can go to regenerate and get in touch with nature following the long periods of lockdown that may have gotten people down over the past few months," he explained.
He said the initiative is for an ideal opportunity for a family day trip to the great outdoors and explore our beautiful natural heritage.
CapeNature is a public institution that falls under the provincial Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning.
The institution is mandated with promoting and ensuring biodiversity conservation within the Western Cape. The organisation manages most of the reserves in the province.