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SANParks Offering Up to 40% Discount at Selected Parks During SA National Parks Week


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South African National Parks (SANParks) is offering the public discounts of up to 40% on accommodation and camping in several National Parks for stays during South African National Parks Week 2019, specifically from Sunday 8 to Thursday 12 September. The discounts are available to new reservations made online via www.sanparks.org/bookings from today onwards.

SANParks already offers senior South Africa citizens (60 years and older) up to 40% discounted tariffs on accommodation and camping at various times throughout the year but SANParks Managing Executive: Tourism Development and Marketing, Hapiloe Sello said, “this special discount will be available to all overnight guests at the selected camps during SA National Parks Week”.

“SANParks wants to encourage South Africans to explore their national parks and get to know the natural and cultural heritage of the country. By using this opportunity during SA National Parks Week the public will also be able to join in certain activities available as part of the free access week.”

Use this opportunity to get some well-deserved rest and relaxation but please note that the discount does not include paid activities, conservation fees, WILD Card purchases or meals, and that a 1% community fee charge will be added to the discounted reservation cost. The discounts are not available to the travel trade.

The discounts are available at the following Parks and Camps:

  • 20% off accommodation:
    • Matyholweni – Addo Elephant National Park
    • Karoo – Karoo National Park
    • Mosu Lodge – Mokala National Park
  • 40% off accommodation:
    • Agulhas Main Camp – Agulhas National Park
    • Basotho Cultural Village – Golden Gate Highlands National Park
    • Limpopo Forest – Mapungubwe National Park
    • Platteklip, Slangkop, Smitswinkel – Table Mountain National Park
  • 40% off accommodation and camping:
    • Augrabies – Augrabies Falls National Park
    • Bontebok – Bontebok National Park
    • Ebb-and-Flow – Wilderness Section of Garden Route National Park
    • Nature’s Valley – Tsitsikamma Section of Garden Route National Park
    • Glen Reenen – Golden Gate Highlands National Park
    • Bontle – Marakele National Park
  • 40% off camping:
    • Karoo – Karoo National Park
    • Mazhou – Mapungubwe National Park

Visit the SANParks website www.sanparks.org/bookings/ for the terms-and-conditions that apply to bookings made via the SANParks online booking system. For more information on the free activities happening in the parks during SA National Parks Week visit www.sanparks.org/about/events/parks_week/.

Jeanette Briedenhann
Jeanette Briedenhann
Jeanette Phillips joined the team in 2016. She developed a passion and love for all things-travel related in her role as travel journalist, a position she held for over seven years. A brief exodus into the corporate marketing sphere proved that there is no better industry than the travel industry. Research and writing are two of Jeanette’s greatest passions, but she is always open to new challenges and different ways of doing things.

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