With school holidays just around the bend, it’s important to be properly prepared for your next Kruger National Park adventure.
That’s why SANParks has reminded prospective visitors that daily entrance quotas will once again be applied between the 1st and 23rd of July this year.
The quotas ensure that a limited number of vehicles have access to the park at any given time, ensuring an amicable experience for visitors and animals alike - the Kruger National Park may be the size of a small country, but it still has a designated capacity!
Not to worry, though. Day visitors who book their spots online beforehand will be given preference at the gates. Remember that only 20% of day visitor slots will be allocated to those who don’t!
Visitors can choose from three arrival time slots: 06:00 to 08:00, 08:00 to 10:00, and 10:00 onwards.
“For busy periods such as the school holidays, we aim to better manage the volumes that we expect, as well as our visitors’ expectations,” says SANParks’ William Mabasa. “The three different time slots are aimed at improving the spread of vehicles and, as far as possible prevent unnecessary waiting periods at gates.”
Nobody likes a long queue – especially when you have a full day of wildlife-watching planned. Book ahead of time, and be on time!
Conservation fees for non-Wild Card holders are as follows:
SA Adult: R76
SA Child: R38
International Adult: R304
International Child: R152