Quota System to be Implemented During National Parks Week 2020

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South African National Parks (SANParks), in partnership with First National Bank (FNB) and Total South Africa is hosting the 15th annual SA National Parks Week from 16 to 20 November 2020. The public should note that some National Parks will implement daily quotas at the gates throughout the week. These are namely:

  • Augrabies Falls National Park
  • Bontebok National Park.
  • Kruger National Park
  • Table Mountain National Park

Namaqua National Park and the Boulders section of Table Mountain National Park will not be offering free access during the week.

Quota limits per park are as follows:

Kruger National Park

GATE

QUOTA

0 - 2 hours after gate opens

QUOTA

2 - 4 hours after gate opening

QUOTA

4+ after gate opening

QUOTA TOTAL

Crocodile Bridge Gate

320

192

192

704

Kruger Gate

192

128

192

512

Malelane Gate

192

128

192

512

Numbi Gate

192

128

192

512

Orpen Gate

192

128

128

448

Phabeni Gate

256

128

128

512

Pafuri Gate

128

128

128

384

Phalaborwa Gate

192

128

192

512

Punda Maria Gate

128

128

192

448

 

Table Mountain National Park

SECTION

QUOTA

Boulders Penguin Colony and Aerial Cableway

Not included in SA National Parks Week

Cape of Good Hope Section

Total capacity 2500.

No more than 500 people will be allowed to gather at any of the open air destinations such as picnic sites at any given time i.e. 500max people at Buffelsbay, 500max people at Bordjiesrif etc.

Oudekraal Picnic and Braai Area

250 guests max at any given time

Newlands Picnic and Braai Area

350 guests max at any given time

Tokai Picnic and Braai Area

250 guests max at any given time

Silvermine Picnic and Braai Area

No quota but the gate is closed once the pay-point parking area has reached capacity

 

Bontebok National Park

Gate

QUOTA

Main Entrance

120 guests per day

 

Augrabies Falls National Park

Gate

QUOTA

Augrabies Falls Main Entrance Gate (to View the Falls)

250 guests per day

Augrabies Falls Day Visitor's Area (Swimming & Braai area)

50 guests per day

 

Visitors are also requested to note that the Kruger National Park, Addo Elephant, Karoo National Park and Kgalagadi Transfrontier will not extend the free access to the weekend, most of the other national parks will extend to the weekend. It is important to also observe all necessary safety protocols like wearing of face masks, keeping social distance between each other and continuously washing your hands.

Visit our website www.sanparks.org/about/events/parks_week for more information and follow #SANationalParksWeek and #LiveYourWild on social media, to join in the fun.



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