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Media Release: Extended entry times at Kruger gates

Date: 2001-03-26

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In an attempt to further accommodate the needs of guests, the Kruger National Park will allow tourists with bookings at selected restcamps entry to the park after the normal gate closing hours

Visitors will be allowed entry at the specific gates mentioned below until 21:00 if they have a valid booking at the nearest restcamp to that gate. They will be accompanied to the camp by a Kruger National Park staff member on an hourly basis and will be charged a levy of R100 per vehicle. 

GateNearest Rest Camp
Crocodile Bridge Crocodile Bridge
Malelane Berg-en-dal
Kruger Skukuza
Orpen Orpen
Punda Maria Punda Maria

This will be of particular assistance to guests travelling to the park for a weekend. 

William Mabasa 
Manager: Public Relations and Communications 
Kruger National Park 
Tel: (013) 735-4363 


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