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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
Unread postPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 7:05 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
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Lesego, I am also looking forward to the answer on DinkyBird's question from Monday i.c.w. the Pafuri Picnic spot.


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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
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Whilst I most probably can't fully imagine the magnitude of restoring the park roads and camps to their pre flood conditions I wondered if there was any way possible to obtain more specific information than is currently been provided.

For instance the regular announcements made regarding these issues whilst informative do not advise on the progress been made, but appears to be merely a skrinking database of information of what has not been restored. Would it not be more informative to supply the folowing information eg.

Pafuri Picnic Site - Severe Flooding an Inaccesabile (status), Grading Roads (progess), Expected Opening xx/xx/2013 (conservative time frame). I would also suggest that at every announcement you advise where the status of restoration has changed from the previous announcement.

I would suggest that the powers that be have some idea as to the time frame to complete various tasks, otherwise you would not be able to perform future online bookings on camps that are currently closed.

Whilst I could only assume that officials are relunctant to provide the full information for reasons such as not dissapointing patrons due to unforeseen time delays etc. the lack of more insightful information does hamper the most optimum planning of a booking. For instance, I am going to Punda Maria in April as a base to visit my most favourite part of the park namely Pafuri. I can keep my booking hoping the area will be somewhat restored or I can change to a less desirable camp (imo) based on the information available, only to find that on arrival the area may be open (status changes have in some instances moved from, inaccesible and flood damaged, to a status of open in a single post).

I believe the park management can't be faulted on the tremendous effort they are putting in both physically and administately to restore the park and provide information to it's guests especially when faced with the unenviable magnitude of the task they are performing, therfore it would be remiss of me to critisize them, I am rather trying to suggest improvements to the information supplied to passionate patrons like myself, who live far a field, only get the opportunity once a year to visit the kruger and therefore want to optimise there holiday based on the most current source of information available. Whilst I can deduce what camps may be open at a certain time, I am unable to gather any exact information on the progress of the surrounding infrastructure in proximity to the camps which is vital to me making an informed descision on my booking.

Thank you for the tremendous work you are doing, but please could you provide a little more information.

A humble yet desparate Patron

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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
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Welcome to the forum Stranger Ranger.

It all of your future posts are as logical and complimentary as your first one, we are in for a treat.

Just wish the rest of us could attain the standard. :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
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KNP Flood Damage Update:

The key changes are the re-opening of Talamati Bush Camp, as well as the opening of S52 (Shingwedzi River Road) and S53 (Nkulumbeni Loop).

Camps Open:
Balule - Access via Balule Causeway still closed. Use S89 & S90.
Bateleur
Berg- en- Dal
Biyamiti
Boulders
Crocodile Bridge
Letaba
Lower Sabie
Malelane
Maroela
Mopani
Olifants - Pump infrastructure washed away and on emergency boreholes
Orpen
Pretoriuskop
Punda Maria
Roodewal
Sable Dam Hide
Satara
Shipindane Hide
Skukuza
Talamati
Tsendze

Camps Closed:
Shimuwini - Flood damage and inaccessible
Shingwedzi - Severely flooded - Camp and Day Visitors area out of bounds for public
Sirheni - Flood damage
Tamboti - Fence breached and inaccessible

Picnic Spots / Viewpoints:
Afsaal - Open
Albasini Ruins - Open
Babalala - Open
Bobbejaan Krans - Open (Orpen to Satara road breached at S24.404923 E31.549712)
Crooks Corner - Closed (Major flood damage and inaccessible)
Eileen Orpen Memorial - Open
Gardenia Hide - Open
Kanniedood Hide - Closed (Inaccessible)
Lake Panic Hide - Open
Makhadzi - Closed (Flooded)
Masorini - Open
Matambeni Hide - Open
Mathekeyane - Open
Mlondozi - Open
Mooiplaas - Open
Muzandzeni - Open
Nhlanguleni - Closed (Roads closed)
Nkuhlu - Open
Nkumbe - Open
Nthandanyathi Hide - Open
Nwamanzi - Open
Nwanetsi - Open
Nyawutsi Hide - Closed (Roads closed)
Olifants River on S44 - Open
Orpen Dam - Open (Accessible from H10 only Tshokwane Lower Sabie tar road)
Pafuri Picnic Spot - Closed (Major flood damage and inaccessible)
Paul Kruger Tablets - Open
Pioneer Hide - Open
Rabelais Museum - Open
Ratel Pan Hide - Open
Redrocks - Open
Sable Dam - Open
Shibyatsangela - Closed (Roads closed)
Shipandani Hide - Open
Stevenson-Hamilton Memorial - Open
Sweni Hide - Open
Timbavati - Open
Tshanga - Open
Tshokwane - Open (Temporary ablutions provided no other services)

Access Roads Inside the Park:

All tarred roads except the following, are open:
H1-1 (Skukuza to Pretoriuskop) breach near Transport Dam (Temporary detour is available).
S63(Pafuri Port of Entry Road).
H7 (Orpen to Satara) major breach at S24.404923 E31.549712 (S106 to be used as alternative by light vehicles (under 4 tons) only).

All gravel roads open, except:
S3 (Albasini Road)
S21 (Nwatimhiri Road)
S30 (Salitje Road
S32 (Orpen Dam Loop)
S33 (Vutomi Road)
S34 (Munywini Road)
S36 (Nhlanguleni/ Muzandzeni Road)(H1-2 to S125 closed)
S50 (Shawu Road)(Open from south to S143 turnoff)
S56 (Mphongolo Road)
S57 (Sirheni Road)
S63 (Luvuvhu Road) (northern riverside section closed)
S64 (Nyala Drive)
S90 (Old Main Road) (Open from south until S89 turnoff – Balule causeway still inaccessible)
S114 (Old Malelane Skukuza Road; Open except at the Biyamiti Weir Causeway)
S134 (Shingwedzi Round Road)
S135 (Shingwedzi Causeway Loop)

Gates Open:
Crocodile Bridge
Giriyondo - 4x4 vehicles only
Kruger
Malelane
Numbi
Orpen Orpen to Satara road breached at S24.404923 E31.549712 light vehicles only
Pafuri
Phabeni
Phalaborwa
Punda Maria

Gates Closed:
Pafuri Port of Entry - Severe flooding

Important Notes:

Please keep in mind that, due to heavy rainfall, the status of roads can change without notice. Guests are urged to take special caution when travelling in heavy rain and not to cross submerged roads or flooded causeways and bridges.

Guest are hereby notified that opening or travelling on a road that has been closed constitutes an offence and such offenders can be fined.

Guests are kindly urged to use water sparingly as camps/ gates and picnic spots in many areas operate on emergency pumps and boreholes with limited capacity.

Emergency Numbers:

Media enquiries: Reynold Thakhuli 073 373 4999 / Ike Phaahla 083 673 6974

Tourist Enquiries: Lucy Nhlapo 082 908 4753/ lucy.nhlapo@sanparks.org or Joep Stevens 082 802 8093/ joep.stevens@sanparks.org

For changes to bookings: Please contact our Reservations offices on 012 426 9111 or email reservations@sanparks.org or on the web at http://www.sanparks.org/tourism/reservations

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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
Unread postPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 9:37 am 
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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
Unread postPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 6:55 am 
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Lesego, I see on your update of the 5th March that Tamboti is still closed. Last week I made a booking there for the 10th April. Will the camp be open by then?


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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
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granny wrote:
Lesego, I see on your update of the 5th March that Tamboti is still closed. Last week I made a booking there for the 10th April. Will the camp be open by then?


Hi Granny;

Tamboti is expected to reopen on 21 March 2013.

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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
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Kruger National Park flood damage update as at 08:00 on 6 March 2013.

The key changes are the re-opening of Shimuwini Bush Camp, as well as the opening of S56 (Mphongolo Road).

Camps Open:
Balule - Access via Balule Causeway still closed. Use S89 & S90.
Bateleur
Berg- en- Dal
Biyamiti
Boulders
Crocodile Bridge
Letaba
Lower Sabie
Malelane
Maroela
Mopani
Olifants - Pump infrastructure washed away and on emergency boreholes
Orpen
Pretoriuskop
Punda Maria
Roodewal
Sable Dam Hide
Satara
Shimuwini
Shipindane Hide
Skukuza
Talamati
Tsendze

Camps Closed:

Shingwedzi - Severely flooded - Camp and Day Visitors area out of bounds for public
Sirheni - Flood damage
Tamboti - scheduled to reopen on 21 March 2013

Picnic Spots / Viewpoints:
Afsaal - Open
Albasini Ruins - Open
Babalala - Open
Bobbejaan Krans - Open (Orpen to Satara road breached at S24.404923 E31.549712)
Crooks Corner - Closed (Major flood damage and inaccessible)
Eileen Orpen Memorial - Open
Gardenia Hide - Open
Kanniedood Hide - Closed (Inaccessible)
Lake Panic Hide - Open
Makhadzi - Closed (Flooded)
Masorini - Open
Matambeni Hide - Open
Mathekeyane - Open
Mlondozi - Open
Mooiplaas - Open
Muzandzeni - Open
Nhlanguleni - Closed (Roads closed)
Nkuhlu - Open
Nkumbe - Open
Nthandanyathi Hide - Open
Nwamanzi - Open
Nwanetsi - Open
Nyawutsi Hide - Closed (Roads closed)
Olifants River on S44 - Open
Orpen Dam - Open (Accessible from H10 only Tshokwane Lower Sabie tar road)
Pafuri Picnic Spot - Closed (Major flood damage and inaccessible)
Paul Kruger Tablets - Open
Pioneer Hide - Open
Rabelais Museum - Open
Ratel Pan Hide - Open
Redrocks - Open
Sable Dam - Open
Shibyatsangela - Closed (Roads closed)
Shipandani Hide - Open
Stevenson-Hamilton Memorial - Open
Sweni Hide - Open
Timbavati - Open
Tshanga - Open
Tshokwane - Open (Temporary ablutions provided no other services)

Access Roads Inside the Park:


All tarred roads except the following, are open:
H1-1 (Skukuza to Pretoriuskop) breach near Transport Dam (Temporary detour is available).
S63(Pafuri Port of Entry Road).
H7 (Orpen to Satara) major breach at S24.404923 E31.549712 (S106 to be used as alternative by light vehicles (under 4 tons) only).

All gravel roads open, except:
S3 (Albasini Road)
S21 (Nwatimhiri Road)
S30 (Salitje Road
S32 (Orpen Dam Loop)
S33 (Vutomi Road)
S34 (Munywini Road)
S36 (Nhlanguleni/ Muzandzeni Road)(H1-2 to S125 closed)
S50 (Shawu Road)(Open from south to S143 turnoff)
S57 (Sirheni Road)
S63 (Luvuvhu Road) (northern riverside section closed)
S64 (Nyala Drive)
S90 (Old Main Road) (Open from south until S89 turnoff – Balule causeway still inaccessible)
S114 (Old Malelane Skukuza Road; Open except at the Biyamiti Weir Causeway)
S134 (Shingwedzi Round Road)
S135 (Shingwedzi Causeway Loop)

Gates Open:
Crocodile Bridge
Giriyondo - 4x4 vehicles only
Kruger
Malelane
Numbi
Orpen Orpen to Satara road breached at S24.404923 E31.549712 light vehicles only
Pafuri
Phabeni
Phalaborwa
Punda Maria

Gates Closed:

Pafuri Port of Entry - Severe flooding

Important Notes:

Please keep in mind that, due to heavy rainfall, the status of roads can change without notice. Guests are urged to take special caution when travelling in heavy rain and not to cross submerged roads or flooded causeways and bridges.

Guest are hereby notified that opening or travelling on a road that has been closed constitutes an offence and such offenders can be fined.

Guests are kindly urged to use water sparingly as camps/ gates and picnic spots in many areas operate on emergency pumps and boreholes with limited capacity.

Emergency Numbers:

Media enquiries: Reynold Thakhuli 073 373 4999 / Ike Phaahla 083 673 6974

Tourist Enquiries: Michelle van der Merwe 082 601 9354/ michelle.vandermerwe@sanparks.org or Joep Stevens 082 802 8093/ joep.stevens@sanparks.org

For changes to bookings: Please contact our Reservations offices on 012 426 9111 or email reservations@sanparks.org or on the web at http://www.sanparks.org/tourism/reservations

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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
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Lesego wrote:
KNP Flood Damage Update:
and.....Kruger National Park flood damage update as at 08:00 on 6 March 2013.


:whistle: It is AMAZING what all has been done after the "floods" :thumbs_up:

A BIG thank you to all involved :thanx:

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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
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Stranger Ranger wrote:

I believe the park management can't be faulted on the tremendous effort they are putting in both physically and administately to restore the park and provide information to it's guests especially when faced with the unenviable magnitude of the task they are performing, therfore it would be remiss of me to critisize them, I am rather trying to suggest improvements to the information supplied to passionate patrons like myself, who live far a field, only get the opportunity once a year to visit the kruger and therefore want to optimise there holiday based on the most current source of information available.
Thank you for the tremendous work you are doing, but please could you provide a little more information.

A humble yet desparate Patron


I would like to join the ranger in this request, in particular with respect to infrastructure repairs that were being undertaken after the 2012 floods, and which were not completed by the time the 2013 floods caused all the destruction. Will the repair of the Balule causeway (which for whatever reason was not completed before the 2013 floods) continue, or will this be put on the back burner in order to focus on aspects like repairs to the road infrastructure near Shingwedzi, for example?
A rethink on the priorities regarding repairs after the 2013 floods makes perfect sense, but it would be good to know this. If I know that (for example) I will not be able to use the Balule causeway in May when I travel from Punda with my caravan, I can plan accordingly. Similarly if it is fairly clear that there is little chance of the roads in the Pafuri region being accessible in May, I might want to rethink my planning for the time within the park and stay at Tzendze for longer, and skip the far north altogether this time.
I appreciate that it is difficult for anybody to make definite statements regarding dates when things will be open again, but a conservative estimate of a "not before" date should be possible? Like for example, "Pafuri Picnic site will most likely not reopen before (fill in date here)"?

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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
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Thanks Lesogo,

according to what the Shingwedzi area looked like after seing it with my own eyes I thought it would take longer to re-open the Mphongolo loop and the S52 - Thanks to all the busy men and women in the park for upgrading the roads :gflower: :gflower: :gflower:


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Dear All,

Thanks for all the support and understanding from all out there! I will incorporate envisaged completion dates into the flood damage updates as I obtain the information from the staff in Kruger.

With kind regards.

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 Post subject: Re: January 2013 Rains/Floods in Kruger
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Kruger National Park flood damage update as at 08:00 on 11 March 2013.

Changes to previous update:

The S114 (old main road, Malelane to Skukuza) has been reopened.
Camps Open:


Balule - Access via Balule Causeway still closed. Use S89 & S90.
Bateleur
Berg- en- Dal
Biyamiti
Boulders
Crocodile Bridge
Letaba
Lower Sabie
Malelane
Maroela
Mopani
Olifants
Orpen
Pretoriuskop
Punda Maria
Roodewal
Sable Dam Hide
Satara
Shimuwini
Shipindane Hide
Skukuza
Talamati
Tsendze

Camps Closed:

Shingwedzi - Severely flooded - Camp and Day Visitors area out of bounds for public. Camping and B-circle units (EH3, BD2, BD2Z & BG2) to be reopened by 15 June 2013 and remainder of camp possibly open by 30 September 2013.
Sirheni - Flood damage. 5 units to be reopened by 26 April 2013 and remaining 10 units by 31 May 2013.
Tamboti - scheduled to reopen on 21 March 2013

Picnic Spots / Viewpoints:[/color]


Afsaal - Open
Albasini Ruins - Open
Babalala - Open
Bobbejaan Krans - Open (Orpen to Satara road breached at S24.404923 E31.549712)
Crooks Corner - Closed (Major flood damage and inaccessible)
Eileen Orpen Memorial - Open
Gardenia Hide - Open
Kanniedood Hide - Closed (Inaccessible)
Lake Panic Hide - Open
Makhadzi - Closed (Flooded)
Masorini - Open
Matambeni Hide - Open
Mathekeyane - Open
Mlondozi - Open
Mooiplaas - Open
Muzandzeni - Open
Nhlanguleni - Closed (Roads closed)
Nkuhlu - Open
Nkumbe - Open
Nthandanyathi Hide - Open
Nwamanzi - Open
Nwanetsi - Open
Nyawutsi Hide - Closed (Roads closed)
Olifants River on S44 - Open
Orpen Dam - Open (Accessible from H10 only Tshokwane Lower Sabie tar road)
Pafuri Picnic Spot - Closed (Major flood damage and inaccessible). Scheduled to reopen 31 May 2013.
Paul Kruger Tablets - Open
Pioneer Hide - Open
Rabelais Museum - Open
Ratel Pan Hide - Open
Redrocks - Open
Sable Dam - Open
Shibyatsangela - Closed (Roads closed)
Shipandani Hide - Open
Stevenson-Hamilton Memorial - Open
Sweni Hide - Open
Timbavati - Open
Tshanga - Open
Tshokwane - Open

Access Roads Inside the Park:

All tarred roads except the following, are open:

H1-1 (Skukuza to Pretoriuskop) breach near Transport Dam (Temporary detour is available).
S63(Pafuri Port of Entry Road).
H7 (Orpen to Satara) major breach at S24.404923 E31.549712 (S106 to be used as alternative by light vehicles (under 4 tons) only).

All gravel roads open, except:

S3 (Albasini Road) (Open from S1 to H1-1; closed from H11 to S1)
S21 (Nwatimhiri Road)
S30 (Salitje Road
S32 (Orpen Dam Loop) (Only open from H10 to Orpen Dam)
S33 (Vutomi Road)
S34 (Munywini Road)
S36 (Nhlanguleni/ Muzandzeni Road)(H1-2 to S125 closed)
S50 (Shawu Road)(Open from south to S143 turnoff)
S57 (Sirheni Road)
S63 (Luvuvhu Road) (northern riverside section closed)
S64 (Nyala Drive)
S90 (Old Main Road) (Open from south until S89 turnoff – Balule causeway still inaccessible)
S134 (Shingwedzi Round Road)
S135 (Shingwedzi Causeway Loop)

Gates Open:

Crocodile Bridge
Giriyondo - 4x4 vehicles only
Kruger
Malelane
Numbi
Orpen Orpen to Satara road breached at S24.404923 E31.549712 light vehicles only
Pafuri
Phabeni
Phalaborwa
Punda Maria

Gates Closed:

Pafuri Port of Entry - Severe flooding. It will possibly be reopened by 30 June 2013.

Important Notes:

Please keep in mind that, due to heavy rainfall, the status of roads can change without notice. Guests are urged to take special caution when travelling in heavy rain and not to cross submerged roads or flooded causeways and bridges.

Guest are hereby notified that opening or travelling on a road that has been closed constitutes an offence and such offenders can be fined.

Guests are kindly urged to use water sparingly as camps/ gates and picnic spots in many areas operate on emergency pumps and boreholes with limited capacity.
Emergency Numbers:

Media enquiries: Reynold Thakhuli 073 373 4999 / Ike Phaahla 083 673 6974

Tourist Enquiries: Michelle van der Merwe 082 601 9354/ michelle.vandermerwe@sanparks.org or Joep Stevens 082 802 8093/ joep.stevens@sanparks.org

For changes to bookings: Please contact our Reservations offices on 012 426 9111 or email reservations@sanparks.org or on the web at http://www.sanparks.org/tourism/reservations

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