The Western Cape Department of Environmental Affairs has welcomed the news that the iconic Whale Trail has been reopened.
Managed by Cape Nature, the trail was closed in late 2018, to construct safety upgrades and add new infrastructure along the popular hiking route.
The spokesperson for MEC Anton Bredell, James-Brent Styan, says the hiking-trail is one of the most meaningful ways to experience whale-watching in the Western Cape.
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— WCGov Enviro Affairs (@WCGovEADP) October 30, 2020
CapeNature has announced that the world-renowned Whale Trail in the De Hoop Nature Reserve has reopened. The route was closed for revamping and now features exciting new upgrades.https://t.co/yznUkOmM7y
— Getaway Magazine (@GetawayMagazine) October 30, 2020