Keen to try out a few new hiking routes? That’s why, every available weekend, we head into the mountains and landscapes in the Western Cape of South Africa. To test the routes for you
How to make some of the most secretive and beautiful forests and fynbos come alive online? That was the brief from the Grootvaderbosch Conservancy to the LoveGreen team, to create their new website.
It’s our job to put our clients, and their amazing work, up in lights. So when the spotlight falls on us – well, we feel a little bashful, and of course very proud. The LoveGreen team featured in the Janus – the official newspaper of the Stellenbosch University Department of Journalism.
How do you capture the essence of a landscape initiative? (And what exactly is that?) Well, that was our brief: make the Agulhas Biodiversity Initiative come alive digitally for partners (and make sense for those who don’t know the organisation).
The Hottentots Holland mountains are just a short trip from Cape Town. They’re part of a lush, fynbos-covered mountain range that stretches for about 70,000 hectares. They form part of a CapeNature reserve with the same name.
We discovered the Cape Town Bucket List adventures – and took to the ocean to experience snorkeling with seals. So following a safety briefing at the Hout Bay Harbour, where the adventure starts with the Cape Town Bucket List team (Archie, Ian and Mel) we hopped into our wetsuits, and took the 10-minute boat ride out to Duiker Island.