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Ecotourism: A Case Study

Ecotourism is about uniting conservation, communities, and sustainable travel. This means that tourists who participate in ecotourism activities want reassurance that their host follows defined ecotourism principles. By Des Langkilde. Ecotourism Definitions In his book ‘Ecotourism: An Academic Definition’ (1999 ...

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Winter Menu with Gabriëlskloof Country Roots

Gabriëlskloof Restaurant, the unspoilt culinary hotspot on the ‘koppie’ outside Bot River, coaxes a slow exhale with the release of their new Winter Menu, which pays homage to real Overberg tastes with a pinch of nostalgia. Gorgeously appointed at Gabriëlskloof ...

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7 Chefs for 7 Dishes in Hermanus FynArts Festival

The chefs are (left to right): Thomas Sinn, Rivendell; Benjamin Conradie, Grootbos; Eric Bulpitt, Newton Johnson; Kelly-Anne Pietersen, Benguela Cove; Juergen Schneider, Springfontein; Warwick Taylor, Creation; and Chad Blows, Marine Hotel. Benguela Cove lagoon wine estate is hosting a seven-course ...

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Gansbaai Wins Gold for Responsible Tourism

Gansbaai takes the Gold at the African Responsible Tourism Awards 2015. A community of tourism businesses, working together to make better places to live in and great places to visit, was announced Overall Winners on Friday 17 April at the ...

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Shark Research on the Whale Coast

Whale Coast Conservation’s innovative public participation programme, asks holiday-makers and students to collect shark egg cases found along the Cape Whale Coast beaches and rocky coastline to assist in research, writes Des Langkilde. While visiting the Cape Whale Coast region ...

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