The Richtersveld


The Richtersveld is a mountainous desert landscape situated in South Africa’s Northern Cape province and is characterized by its rugged kloofs and high mountains. Located in South Africa's northern Namaqualand, this arid area represents a harsh landscape where water is a great scarcity and only the hardiest of life forms survive.

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The Greater Cederberg Biodiversity Corridor


The Greater Cederberg Biodiversity Corridor planning domain is an area of approximately 1,8 million hectares in size. It extends from Niewoudtville in the north, to Groot-Winterhoek in the south, and Eland’s Bay in the west to Tanqua Karoo National Park in the east. 

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Dassen Island


Home to 68,000 African penguins, Dassen Island is located in the Atlantic Ocean around 55 kilometers north of Cape Town and 9 kilometers off the coastline near the West Coast village of Yzerfontein.

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Rondevlei Nature Reserve


Rondevlei Nature Reserve was established on 1 January 1952 as the Rondevlei Wild bird Sanctuary. The reserve originally consisted of the Vlei and an additional narrow margin of land, and in 1963 two small areas were added.

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Seal Island, False Bay


Situated only 8 nautical miles (about 16kms) from Simon's Town, Seal Island is home to 75,000 Cape Fur Seals, 24 different bird species and the hunting ground of the Great White Shark.

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Flower Valley, Agulas Region


Flower Valley is a farm and a non-profit company whose aim is to facilitate and build the practice of sustainable harvesting of wild flowers in the Agulhas region of the Western Cape.

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Pondoland: The Pondoland Centre of Endemism


Pondoland is internationally recognized as a botanical ‘hotspot’ of plant endemism – it contains a significant proportion of the planets plant biodiversity.

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Cape Vultures in the Magaliesberg


Surrounded by the majestic Magaliesberg mountain range, the Vulture Conservation programme of the R&L Wildlife Conservation NPO works to conserve and bring attention to the plight of the Cape Vulture who faces near extinction.

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iSimagaliso Wetland Park


The iSimangaliso Wetlands Park was declared a world heritage site in 1999 at an unveiling ceremony where Nelson Mandela was the guest of honor. The park was proclaimed a world heritage site because of the rich biodiversity, unique ecosystems and superlative natural beauty occurring in a relatively small area. 

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