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Free entry during CapeNature Access Week

CAPE TOWN –To celebrate Tourism Month, CapeNature will be giving free access to the public during its sixth annual Access Week which starts from Wednesday, September 16.

Visitors will be allowed free day entry passes which exclude overnight stays to participating reserves ranging from the West Coast, Overberg, Garden Route, to the Winelands and Klein Karoo.

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“Access Week is here once again and we understand that many South Africans have eagerly awaited to return to nature.

“We have implemented the necessary health and safety protocols so that all our visitors will feel safe when they are in our reserves,” said Dr Razeena Omar, CapeNature CEO.

He called on visitors to adhere to the social distancing regulations and to continue to wearing face masks.

The day pass allows for hiking, walking and mountain biking while visitors adhere to the Covid-19 safety regulations.

Take a look at the CapeNature website for more information.

 

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