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AENP and Nelson Mandela Bay join forces to promote the park

Date: 2013-08-02

Addo Elephant National Park (AENP) and Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism (NMBT) have embarked on a joint partnership in promoting day visits to the Park. NMBT is already an official reservation office for all South African National Parks (SANParks) and offers accommodation bookings to all national parks as well as certain SANParks products such as the renowned Otter Trail in the Tsitsikamma National Park.

Visitors can now book and pay for their day visits to AENP in advance at any of the NMBT Visitor Information centres as well as through the NMBT call centre on 041 582 2575. 

Nelson Mandela Bay Pass holders can now also gain free entrance to Addo Elephant National Park as NMBT has included free day visits to the Park on the Pass. 

The Nelson Mandela Bay Pass, a smartcard access card, provides holders with free admission to a variety of attractions and activities in Nelson Mandela Bay. This includes amongst others museums, game reserves, scuba diving, art galleries, sightseeing tours and many more. It also entitles them to some great discounts in selected stores for shopping, activities, entertainment and more. The Nelson Mandela Bay Pass offers flexibility, convenience, variety and savings.

Issued by:
South African National Parks (SANParks) Frontier Region Communications
Tel: 042 233 8609

Enquiries:  
Fayroush Ludick: Regional Manager: Communications, Frontier Region, SANParks    
Tel: 042 233 8609; Cell: 082 888 0201 
Email: fayroush.ludick@sanparks.org

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