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Augrabies Falls National Park
We take a look at various People and Conservation projects hosted in the South African National Parks (SANParks) - Arid Region.
Due to major damage to the Orange river bridge at Kakamas, the bridge was closed on the 8th of February 2012 until further notice.
There have been many facility closures as well as one road closure due to the recent flooding at the Augrabies Falls National Park.
The Kalahari to Augrabies Extreme Marathon (KAEM) of 252 kms recently took place over 7 days (including a mandatory rest day). The tone was set from the very first day when the 34 extreme athletes from 9 countries set off in temperatures that steadily climbed to 46 degrees celcius.
If you know of individuals or organisations who are making a significant contribution to conservation in South Africa, please read more about the SANParks Kudu Awards, download the Award Categories and fill in a nomination form...
From the 1-7 September 2006 the Augrabies Falls National Park celebrated Arbor Week. This commemoration was two-fold; on the one hand the park was visited by the Sentraal Primary School Kakamas as well as the Keimoes High School and on the other hand the park led a tree-planting ceremony held on Wednesday 6 September in the community of Langverwag, Kakamas.
This story, sent through from Augrabies Falls National Park is a piece of popular folklore that has been circulating in the region for many many years...read and enjoy!
The spectacular wonder that is the Augrabies National Park is once again alive – thanks to the recent rainfalls in the Northern Cape. Over the last couple of weeks, hundreds of visitors from around the country have been flocking to Augrabies, 120kms from Upington to experience the powerful flow of water – unleashed from rocky surroundings.
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