SANParks will be opening its doors for free to the public from Monday, 18 September until Friday, 22 September as part of the annual South African National Parks Week.
‘KNOW YOUR NATIONAL PARKS’
The feature element of this campaign is free access granted to all South African day visitors carrying an official Identity Document. Young persons under the age of 16 will be allowed free access without proof of identity.
Please note that free access to the parks do not include accommodation or any commercial activities in the park such as guided safaris in vehicles or guided walks, etc.
The week-long campaign will be applicable to all the national parks managed by SANParks, with the exception of Boulders in Table Mountain National Park and Namaqua National Park. Some of the parks will be extending the week to include the weekend. Click here for individual park dates.
“When people start to take pride in the national parks, then we believe that they will start to understand the importance of conservation”. – Janine Raftopoulos (SANParks Head of Communications).
South African National Parks manages a system of parks which represents the indigenous fauna, flora, landscapes and associated cultural heritage of the country. See SANParks: Unparalleled Diversity of Adventure Tourism Opportunities.