Author Archives: EDEN TO ADDO

The Eden to Addo Corridor Initiative originated in 2006. The dream is to connect the Garden of Eden near Knysna, Western Cape, to the Greater Addo Elephant National Park in the Eastern Cape by the establishment of a continuous natural corridor. Not only does this project aim to enhance the biodiversity and overall social-ecological sustainability […]

Be Captivated By the Exquisite Beauty of Nature with CapeNature Can you imagine yourself sleeping in an open cottage with the beautiful views of nature surrounding you? Yes, you can do just that with CapeNature. CapeNature is an eco-park with a vision to conserve nature in order to achieve a more sustainable future. The organization […]

Eden to Addo’s initiative on corridor conservation started all the way back in 2006, and it is still going strong. This time around, we are offering you a free download that is part of the Handbook for Landowners Series 1: Towards the Conservation of the Crags Corridor. This eBook is aimed at the landowners of […]

South Africa is the third most biologically diverse country in the world, and this biodiversity richness is one of our greatest assets. This provides our country, and the world with services such as water purification, tourism, and fisheries, among many others. As rich and diverse as the South African ecosystem may be, it’s still under […]

In 2013 the second land art piece, “Calling the Herd” will be erected by the world famous land artist, Strijdom van der Merwe, to celebrate the Keurbooms Corridor connecting the Garden of Eden section of the Garden Route National Park to the Tsitsikamma National Park section. The unveiling of the art piece will open the […]