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Vuyani Jamce

Vuyani Jamce is the site guide for the Dwesa-Cwebe Nature Reserve.

He is self-taught having learnt the tricks of the trade from his father who was a field ranger for many years on Dwesa-Cwebe and who taught him to love and respect nature.

Vuyani has been guiding since 2000, leading birding and nature trails through Dwesa-Cwebe Nature Reserve. In addition he can arrange historical and cultural tours through the nearby isiXhosa villages.

Contact Info

Vuyani Jamce
Contact Number (cell)
+27 (0)825393283
Contact Number (landline)
+27 (0)713443986


Site Highlights
At low tide, large slabs of symmetrical black rock become exposed and if the low tide is timed to coincide with dusk or dawn, excellent opportunities exist for landscape photography. The small estuary that lies close to the campsite is another excellent landscape photographic location.

Butterflies and forest birds may be photographed within the canopy from the decks of the cleverly placed chalets that overlook the dense forest. Hiking towards the Cwebe section of the park also provides a plethora of photographic opportunities with vast vistas of the coastline possible from the high points.


Season and Weather
The area has a relatively high rainfall within the summer season and temperatures are warm and pleasant. The winters are mild.
Other Activities
  • Bird Watching
  • Coastal Walks
  • Walking trails

Guiding Specialities

Nature Historical & Cultural Guide
Throughout the year via bookings


Closest Town
Getting There
Dwesa is best reached via the N2 through the town of Idutya in the Eastern Cape. The turn off is well signposted. Note that the access roads are gravel and can be extremely rough so always allow for extra time to cover the distance.
Dwesa-Cwebe Nature Reserve


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Peter Chadwick
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As a dedicated conservationist, Peter Chadwick has 30 years strategic and operational conservation experience in terrestrial and marine protected area management. He has worked within all of the major biomes in southern Africa as well as having provided expert conservation advice at a global level. His conservation and wildlife photography is a natural extension to his conservation work where he has numerous opportunities to capture photographs that showcase the beauty and complexity of the outdoors. Peter’s photography is internationally recognized, with this work appearing globally in a wide range of print and electronic media.