People who are in Cape Town may take time out of their itinerary to go fishing.
This is because the Edith Stephens Wetland Park is hosting a fishing open day on August 20th, an event that could appeal to those on South Africa holidays.
The nature reserve is one of 30 managed by the officials in the city and it has a number of highly-threatened vegetation types.
Individuals who visit the area can expect to see some of the 95 types of bird that reside in the area, while seven plants feature on the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources Red List of Threatened Species.
People are being encouraged to turn up by Cape Town Tourism and support the "conservation of the city's unique and irreplaceable biodiversity".
Booking is thought to be essential for those looking to take advantage of the "fun-filled day of fishing".