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Mapungubwe National Park
On Thursday, 18 April 2013, Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site (MNP&WHS) will join the rest of the international counterparts in commemorating the 30th anniversary of the International Day for Monuments and Sites.
Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site (MNP&WHS) has re-opened its doors after a week’s closure due to heavy floods in the park. The Park was closed on Monday, 21 January 2013 and has now been reopened to the public, except for the museum which will reopen later in the week.
Update on the heavy rains experienced in the Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site.
The recent heavy rains experienced in most parts of the country have resulted in the sudden temporary closure of the Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage (MNP& WH) site. The park is inaccessible from Musina, as roads leading to the area are washed away.
The Mapungubwe Interpretive Centre (MIC) situated within the Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage (MNP&WH) Site has been temporarily closed due to the heavy rains in the area.
South African National Parks (SANParks) has announced that the official opening of the 2012 South African National Parks Week will be launched on Monday, 10th September 2012 at Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site in Limpopo.
Visitors to Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site, one of South Africa’s eight World Heritage Sites are hereby informed that a restaurant facility at the Interpretive Centre near the park’s entrance gate is open and operational.
South African National Parks announced today in an updated statement that all remaining striking employees at the Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage site in Limpopo will unconditionally return to work today, 20 March 2012
South African National Parks officially announced that the Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site has received 343 visitors to the new Interpretation Centre.
The South African National Parks (SANParks) has served a fine of R2 000 to a pilot who had landed a helicopter illegally in the Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site.
Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site in partnership with Polokwane Museum; join the worldwide community of museums to celebrate International Museum Day on 20th May 2011.
The West Rand Honorary Rangers recently held their first Photographic Weekend in the Mapungubwe National Park – with much hope that this will become as popular as the birding weekends and a regular fixture on the SANParks calendar!
Proposals for a power station and coal mine within sight of the Mapungubwe National Park have raised concerns that these developments could destroy the eco-tourism and cultural-tourism potential of the area and have significant negative affects on one of Limpopo Province’s ten Important Bird Areas.
The area now known as the Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site has been occupied by diverse groups over time immemorial. Between about 900 and 1 300 it was the centre of the first powerful African kingdom in Southern Africa that laid the foundation for subsequent class-based settlements in the region.
Please note that due to repeated copper wire theft, the phone lines to Mapungubwe National Park are frequently interrupted or out of operation. In order to contact the park please e-mail email@example.com
A delegation from SANParks, lead by Dr Thomas Gyedu-Ababio, took the long road to Mapungubwe National Park earlier this year to look at the effects of water being used from the Limpopo River on the riverine vegetation.
Elephants and their eating habits were up for discussion again, this time in the Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site . Elephants are well-known for the damage they cause to trees by breaking off branches, stripping bark or even pushing them over. How to protect trees from this type of treatment was one of the main topics at a recent workshop convened by SANParks Scientific Services.
Complete this SANParks branding questionnaire by the 17 August 2007 and stand a chance to win a 2-night midweek break for 2 (two) adults and 2 (two) children in one of the South African National Parks.
Mapungubwe National Park has discontinued the Vhembe Wilderness Trail. In its place the four Wilderness Cabin units at the Vhembe Wilderness Camp are now available for individual accommodation reservations. Bookings can be made from any Reservations office.
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...
Mazhou is a shona word meaning a place of elephants. The Mazhou Camping Site in Mapungubwe National Park was officially opened to the Public on the 1st of March 2007.The site is nestled close to the Limpopo Forest Tented Camp and Maloutswa Bird hide on the western section of the park.
The Mazhou Camping Site in Mapungubwe National Park will be opening to the public on the 1st of March 2007. The site, situated close to the Limpopo Forest Tented Camp in the Western Section of the Park caters for 10 caravans or tents, and each camping site is equipped with a powerpoint.