The Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency (ECPTA)

The Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency (ECPTA)

by Nathan Buabeng

The Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency (ECPTA) has exciting news for nature enthusiasts and adventurers as they announce the eagerly awaited “Free Access Week 2023.” From September 30th to October 9th, 2023, visitors have the unique opportunity to explore and immerse themselves in the natural beauty of twelve exquisite Nature Resorts located in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, all without the need to pay entrance fees.

This generous promotion extends a warm invitation to day visitors to discover the pristine landscapes and diverse ecosystems that the Eastern Cape has to offer. Visitors can revel in the untouched beauty of places like the Great Fish River Nature Reserve, Thomas Baines Nature Reserve, and many others, without incurring entrance fees. It’s an ideal chance to reconnect with nature, embark on memorable hikes, enjoy picnics, and observe wildlife in their natural habitats.

However, it’s important to note that the promotion applies exclusively to entrance fees and does not cover accommodation costs. Overnight guests will be required to pay for their stay. Day visitors, on the other hand, can explore these breathtaking reserves and engage in various activities without the burden of conservation fees.

The ECPTA’s “Free Access Week” is a commendable initiative that encourages eco-tourism, promotes environmental awareness, and provides accessible opportunities for people to experience the natural wonders of the Eastern Cape. It’s a time to appreciate the region’s rich biodiversity and scenic landscapes while creating cherished memories with family and friends.

As the dates for this remarkable promotion draw near, nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers are encouraged to mark their calendars and prepare for an unforgettable journey into the heart of the Eastern Cape’s wilderness. The “Free Access Week 2023” promises to be a celebration of nature, conservation, and the vibrant beauty of South Africa’s Eastern Cape.

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