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MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION – KRUGER NATIONAL PARK OPENS UP OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATION FOR SOME SOUTH AFRICANS

MOVING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION – KRUGER NATIONAL PARK OPENS UP OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATION FOR SOME SOUTH AFRICANS

In a welcome and much-anticipated announcement this week that will have hundreds of people clearing the dust from their camping gear and the cobwebs from their suitcases, SANParks announced that the Kruger National Park will open some of its rest camps for accommodation from Friday 14th August.  In line with the South African government announcement, intra-provincial travel is now open and so lucky residents of Mpumalanga and Limpopo (who have also enjoyed day visits since June) will now be able to stay overnight in camps within the Kruger National Park that are within their province of residence. Although guests will...

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SKUKUZA REST CAMP - A LOOK INSIDE AN EERILY QUIET CAMP IN THE KRUGER NATIONAL PARK

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SKUKUZA REST CAMP - A LOOK INSIDE AN EERILY QUIET CAMP IN THE KRUGER NATIONAL PARK

A look inside an eerily quiet Skukuza Rest Camp during lockdown in the Kruger National Park.

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KRUGER NATIONAL PARK OPENS UP FOR DAY VISITORS: HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

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KRUGER NATIONAL PARK OPENS UP FOR DAY VISITORS:  HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

After 74 long days, the Kruger National Park is set to re-open and welcome day visitors. In a much-anticipated statement on Saturday, SANParks announced that self-drive day visitors to the park would be allowed from Monday 8th June. These are its first steps towards a gradual re-opening since the closure caused by the national lockdown & the COVID-19 pandemic. Although overnight visitors are not yet allowed and day visitors are strictly limited to those that reside within the South African provinces accessible to the park (Mpumalanga & Limpopo), it is a much-welcomed development and one that has brought a smile...

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