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Cape West Coast Trails The Cape West Coast Biosphere are launching
5 new exciting trails! The aim of the Cape West Coast Trails is to improve the well-being of communities living within the Biosphere Reserve boundary. Guides, caterers, drivers as well as accommodation and meals in restaurants have been sourced in these communities.
Become a Member Our membership portal is a global first in Biosphere Sustainability; your membership underwrites your intent and support to the success of our Biodiversity Projects, our Region and the maintenance of an ecological balance for future sustainability, for all.

We provide specific membership categories that facilitate public, institutional and commercial membership.

Welcome to the Cape West Coast Biosphere Reserve

From 2000, the West Coast stretching from the Milnerton Diep River in the South to the Berg River in the North became a Biosphere Reserve; this new status requires us that live here and those that visit to participate actively in the process to reach the objectives that all Biosphere Reserves must fulfill.

Become a Member

Our membership portal is a global first in Biosphere Sustainability; your membership underwrites your intent and support to the success of our Biodiversity Projects, our Region and the maintenance of an ecological balance for future sustainability, for all.



We provide specific membership categories that facilitate public, institutional and commercial membership.

 

Cape West Coast Trails

About Us

What is a Biosphere

[highlight]Biosphere reserves are territories with beautiful landscapes, a considerable abundance of species of fauna and flora, its own and unique culture, where harmony between development and the natural surrounding is promoted.[/highlight]

They are like specific areas where models of sustainable development, that seek better living conditions based on environmental principles, are tried and proven.

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Where is the CWCBR

Partners in Conservation

Cape Town Research & Conservation Initiative

CTRCI Website