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Accommodation Assessment

SANParks has had many of its accommodation that is accessible to people with mobility impairment assessed by independent access assessors.

A review of selected assessed units in Kruger National Park (under both Limpopo and Mpumalanga Provinces) and Addo Elephant and Tsitsikamma National Parks (Eastern Cape Province) can be viewed at http://www.disabledtravel.co.za/accom_select.php.

Units in Karoo National Park (Western Cape) and Golden Gate National Park (Free State) will be added to the site soon and more parks may be featured in future. The rest of the Disabled Travel website may be of use to travellers with physical disabilities and can be viewed at http://www.disabledtravel.co.za/index.php.

View SANParks' Disability Gallery https://www.sanparks.org/gallery/default.php for images of some of the accessible facilities in parks that may not be covered on the above site.

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