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Guests travelling Kruger National Park are notified that the park is currently experiencing a shortage of unleaded petrol at most of its filling stations and therefore advises all those whose vehicle uses unleaded petrol to fill up their cars at the outside outlets before they enter the Park.
There is much on offer for visitors to Addo Elephant National Park with a series of evening talks aimed at nature enthusiasts in December and early January.
The City of Cape Town, in collaboration with the South African National Parks (SANParks), is pleased to announce the re-opening of Burghers’ Walk in Simon’s Town as of Friday 9 December 2011.
Children enjoyed themselves immensely on the Camdeboo National Park holiday programme, which ran smoothly and successfully over three days in early December.
Summer holidays are around the corner and with the summer sun heating up and early summer winds blowing a gale – here are some helpful tips and a sneak peek into 2012 to help you enjoy Table Mountain National Park...
During the afternoon of 11 December 2011, a joint operational team consisting of South African National Parks (SANParks) Rangers and the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) arrested a suspected rhino poacher in the N’wanetsi Ranger Section of the Kruger National Park (KNP).
Protection Services personnel, Traffic Officials and KNP Rangers, of the Kruger National Park will step up their approach to dealing with rule breakers this coming Festive Season effectively from Friday, 9 December 2011.
South African National Parks announces that 405 rhinos have been poached throughout South Africa to date.
Kruger National Park: The winners in the 2011 Kudu Awards programme organised by the South African National Parks (SANParks) in partnership with the First National Bank (FNB) were announced in the Kruger National Park on 28 November 2011.
The initial deadline, 1 December 2011, for the registration of individuals and companies who make use of Table Mountain National Park (TMNP) for commercial activities has been extended by six months to 1 June 2012.
Kids can look forward to having some fun while learning at Addo Elephant National Park this December.
@all Visitors: Please note that bookings for the period 1 December 2012 – 31 January 2013 will open on Tuesday, 17 January 2012 at 07:30 a.m.
Addo Elephant National Park, one of the top tourist destinations in the Eastern Cape, and stand a chance to win big prizes.
Pretoria: The 2011 finalists in the Kudu Awards programme organized by South African National Parks (SANParks) in partnership with First National Bank (FNB) have been announced.
Celebrations erupted at the V&A Waterfront on Friday November 11 as Table Mountain was named a New 7 Wonder of Nature following a three year battle in the race to choose the world’s seven most wonderful natural sites.
All guests and day visitors are advised that the construction of a retaining wall in the Tsitsikamma section in the Garden Route National Park (GRNP) has commenced.
Bontebok NP: The access road to the rest camp from the reception will be closed from 14-24 November 2011 due to road works. An alternative route to the camp will be via the Eastern Drive.
The SANParks Honorary Rangers has stepped in to provide Kruger’s field rangers with the necessary equipment to help manage the poaching war. The Honorary Rangers has provided the field rangers with R 1.75 million worth of counter poaching equipment, during a handover ceremony held in Phalaborwa on the 3rd of November 2011.
Over the past weekend, South Africans were called upon to give something back to Mr Nelson Mandela, by voting for Table Mountain to be elected as one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature. Mr Mandela used to call Table Mountain his ‘Mountain of Hope”.
The time has come to reveal Table Mountain’s fate in its battle to be named a New7Wonder of Nature and the results will be announced during a free concert at the V&A Waterfront’s Amphitheatre on Friday 11 November.
Bontebok National Park is excited to welcome back its regular campers with the re-opening of the Riverside Campsite for the new season.
There are a couple more days left before voting closes for the 7Wonders of Nature contest. Table Mountain needs your vote.
Pretoria: Following a yearlong challenge with the issuing of Wild Cards to loyal nature lovers, South African National Parks (SANParks) has come clean and offered an apology to hundreds of the Wild Card members.
The shop at Bontebok National Park will be closing after conducting a thorough business analysis.
Calling all writers, young and old, silly and serious – the Annual Writing Competition is officially open!
Fancy yourself an avid cyclist looking for a challenge – then the Weskus Langebaan Lagoon Cycle could be up your alley. This cycle challenge takes place on 12 November 2011 with optional distances of 80 km and 30 km starting at 7:00 and 7:45 respectively.
Unite Against Poaching, a collaboration between Unitrans and the SANParks Honorary Rangers, has announced that it will donate R 250 000 towards a project which uses the latest DNA profiling techniques against the Rhino poaching scourge which is decimating the rhino population in Southern Africa.
Table Mountain National Park (TMNP) has re-opened the newly reinstated Cecilia Car Park. The popular car park, along Rhodes Drive, provides visitor access to Cecilia plantation. It was closed in January this year due to the commercial harvesting of pine trees in the surrounding plantation.
Two fresh white rhino carcasses (cow and calf), were discovered this morning, 11 October 2011 at Albasini Road, in the Pretoriuskop Ranger Section of the Kruger National Park (KNP). The two animals were both shot on the head and only one front horn was removed, the rest still intact.