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Addo Elephant National Park
Agulhas National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Bontebok National Park
Camdeboo National Park
Formed hundreds of millions of years ago, the Karoo of South Africa is one of the great natural wonders of the world. Camdeboo National Park provides the visitor with insights into the unique landscape and ecosystem of the Karoo, not to mention awesome scenic beauty.
Garden Route National Park
Golden Gate Highlands National Park
Karoo National Park
The Great Karoo is a vast and unforgiving landscape of which the Karoo National Park is but a small portion. Being the largest ecosystem in South Africa, the Karoo is home to a fascinating diversity of life, all having adapted to survive in these harsh conditions. Karoo National Park is dominated by the lofty Nuweveld Mountains and rolling plains, where many species that originally occurred here now once again occupy their former ranges.
Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
Where the red dunes and scrub fade into infinity and herds of gemsbok, springbok, eland and blue wildebeest follow the seasons, where imposing camel thorn trees provide shade for huge black-mane lions and vantage points for leopard and many raptors... this is the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.
Kruger National Park
Mapungubwe National Park
Marakele National Park
The Marakele National Park in the heart of the Waterberg Mountains, as its Tswana name suggests, has become a 'place of sanctuary' for an impressive variety of wildlife due to its location in the transitional zone between the dry western and moister eastern regions of South Africa.
Mokala National Park
"Where Endangered Species Roam"...Mokala is SANParks' newest park. It is situated approximately 70km south-southwest of Kimberley, and west of the N12 freeway to Cape Town. Nestled in the hills, Mokala's landscape boasts a variety of koppieveld (hills) and large open plains.
Mountain Zebra National Park
Namaqua National Park
Escape to the land of contrasts, where the rigorous climate has created a myriad of life forms superbly adapted to their specific habitat. Fields of flowers, star studded nights, quiver trees, enormous granite outcrops and the icy Atlantic are but a few wonders that await the visitor
Table Mountain National Park
Tankwa Karoo National Park
As luminous clouds of dust swirl through the ancient landscape, a tortoise patiently wanders in search of succulent morsels; a lizard basks in the sun while gemsbok and red hartebeest share the arid plains with mongoose, orb-web spiders, skinks and leggy toktokkies.
West Coast National Park
|Ai-|Ais/Richtersveld Transfrontier Park
Conjure up a desolate and forbidding landscape, seemingly devoid of life, except for some people dotting along the horizon. Make a startling discovery upon closer inspection when the mirage dissolves into the human-like half-mens (half person) and the harsh environment prove to be a treasure-chest containing the world's richest desert flora.
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What To Do
SANParks offers a wide range of activities, including those listed here. Visit the relevant park for comprehensive information on activities on offer.
- Forest Excursions
- Hiking and Nature Walks
- Mountain Biking
- Otter Trail
- Water Activities
- Flower Season
- Scuba Diving
- Horse Riding
- 23 March 2017Media Release: SANParks dispute with former Famous Brands franchisee
- 21 March 2017Media Release: SANParks Rangers capture ten suspected poachers and suffer the loss of one Ranger
- 21 March 2017Media Release: Kruger National Park's iconic Letaba Elephant Hall re-opens for tourists
- 13 March 2017Media Release: World Scientists gather in the Kruger National Park
- 12 March 2017Environmental Affairs Minister invites public to comment on the Draft Coastal Waters Discharge Permit Regulations