Media Release: KNP Office at KMIA offers full service
The Kruger National Park’s Information Office at Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA) has been upgraded to offer full services, including accommodation bookings and Wild Card sales.
The office, which handles roughly 300 enquiries per month, depending on the amount of passengers landing at KMIA, is conveniently situated next to the arrivals entrance inside the KMIA terminal building.
Apart from being able to make accommodation bookings and selling Wild Cards, the KNP Information Office also provides clients with general information regarding the Kruger National Park. It is open between 07:00 and 19:00 on weekdays and between 10:00 and 18:00 on weekends. SANParks promotional items are also sold at this office as a service to those who like collecting mementos and memorabilia.
The KNP Information Office was officially opened at KMIA on May 30, 2003 and has helped thousands of arriving guests with information.
Clients in the Nelspruit area now have many options when making KNP bookings. They can either book at SANParks Central Reservations on 012 428 9111, Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism (LCBT) offices at Crossings on 013 755 1988 or at the KNP Info Office at KMIA on 013 750 2995.
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Kruger National Park
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