Saving H2O Together

Saving our H2O resources should be a priority for all of us. To help you make the necessary difference, our friends over at sustainable.co.za posted a great blog offering practical water-saving tips and product info. Enjoy the read and start saving water in a big way! WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE BUT NOT A DROP TO SPARE By Zeke […]

New Rock Art & Heritage Site at Phillipskop Mountain Reserve

Inside the cave at Phillpskop © Phillpskop Mountain Reserve Phillipskop Mountain Reserve spans over 246ha of the pristine southerly slopes of the Klein River Mountains just to the east of Stanford in the Western Cape. Earlier this year some cave paintings were discovered in the spacious cave and since then they have been working hand in hand with archaeologists and Heritage […]

Stay Green At These Nature Reserves

South Africa is well known for its incredible natural beauty, abundance and diversity as well as the many national parks (SANParks) and private nature reserves. These protected areas are of particular importance for wildlife, flora & fauna, features of geological or other special interest, and are reserved and managed for conservation purposes and to provide opportunity for study or […]

Ecotourism | TIES Definition and Principles 2015

Effective January 1, 2015, The International Ecotourism Society (TIES) has revised its definition and principles, created by the founding members in 1990. Read the full articles announcing the revisions. What is Ecotourism? Conservation: Offering market-linked long-term solutions, ecotourism provides effective economic incentives for conserving and enhancing bio-cultural diversity and helps protect the natural and cultural heritage of […]

Stay Green in the Overberg

Planning a holiday is always exciting, a new city to explore, plenty of time to soak up enough sunshine to last you the rest of the year and of course, the journey on the open road. The only speed bump seems to be whether you are making the smart, green choice about your destination. Now […]