South African National Parks Week: 12-16 September 2016
In 2016, South African National Parks is celebrating its 11-year anniversary of Parks Week. The inaugural South African National Parks Week took place in 2006 and was aimed at linking the South African national parks system to the global national movement and to also showcase the best of South Africa’s national parks. This year, entry to the Kruger National Park is free to South African citizens* from 12 to 16 September.
This means that the daily conservation fee of R76 for South African adults (R38 for children up to 11 years) is not charged on entry to the park for the entire 5 days! Quite a substantial saving for a big family let me tell you…
Bushveld Terrace Hotel on Kruger is a mere 200m from the Phalaborwa Gate of the Kruger. I can’t think of many better ways to celebrate spring and Tourism Month than a beautiful break to cool contemporary luxury (and free entrance to the KNP).
Book now, availability is not going to last long.
*Conservation fees (or a valid Wild Card) will still apply to foreign visitors. Daily conservation fees for SADC Nationals are R152 for adults and R76 for children and international visitors pay R304 for adults and R152 for children under 12 years.