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Augrabies Falls National Park waterfall expected to reach record high since 2011

Date: 2014-03-28

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South African National Parks (SANParks) is again expecting visitors to flock to Augrabies Falls National Park (ANP) near Upington in the Northern Cape as water levels are expected to reach a three year high. The Orange River will be in full force and with water flowing at 850 cubic metres per second. 

It will be worthwhile for visitors to see the Waterfall during the week of 30 March to 6 April 2014 as a peak of 980 cubic metres per second is expected which is the highest since 2011. The previous high that was expected last week was 820 cubic metres per second. Visitors are encouraged to come witness the power of nature and hear the amazing roar of the waterfall.



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