On Friday the 2nd of March, a lecture will be held at the White House Theatre by Prof. Lee R. Berger. It is an awe inspiring lecture with a good cause behind it: to raise funds for the rehabilitation of the Robberg Coastal Corridor, a portion of the Eden to Addo Corridor, after the devastating […]

I’m sure you have heard of the fund raising  350+km  Eden to Addo Great Corridor Hike that occurs every year in September? But if you haven’t or  if you are thinking of entering, please read on. This hike is unique.   Its probably the longest continuous slack packing hike in South Africa. The 20 days spent […]

Conservation involves so much more than just fauna and flora. It involves people, and as the Peace Parks Foundation knows very well, in conservation areas stretching across borders, the cooperation of each country becomes a key factor to its success. With a vision to establish a network of protected areas that links ecosystems across international […]

The Robberg Coastal Corridor Landowners Association commissioned and funded this guideline specifically focussing on the Robberg Coastal Corridor. This corridor plays an essential role in linking the Robberg Nature Reserve and Garden Route National Park, as far west as the Noetzie River. Land owners as well as developers will find insight into sustainable development and […]

Eden to Addo is all about the environment and conservation and they love to raise awareness on people and organisations sharing this passion. This month the spotlight falls on WESSA – the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa. Founded in 1926, WESSA is a membership-based, non-government organisation, bringing people together in caring for the […]

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 […]

Eastern Cape is one of South Africa’s most popular provinces. With extremely diverse landscapes, and major cities like Port Elizabeth and East London, Eastern Cape is the place to go. To learn more about the different activities you can do, and places you can stay while in Eastern Cape, you can visit Eastern Cape Parks […]