South Africa Marks Tourism Month With Free Entry at Game Parks

The South African National Parks Week initiative is an annual campaign that aims to educate visitors on the importance of nature conservation.

Safari in the Kruger National Park (file photo).

Flowering fynbos, Tylecodon grandiflorus (a crassula), looking North East over False Bay from the Cape of Good Hope section of Table Mountain National Park.

A wildfire in Somerset West that threatened residents and wildlife (file photo).

  • South Africa:   Free Entry At National Parks, 8 September 2017

    Tourism Month is in full swing, with the South African National Park (SANParks) once again opening its doors for free from Monday, 18 September until Friday, 22 September. Read more »

  • South Africa:   SA Tourism Alive With Opportunities, 8 September 2017

    Young people from across the country will get to see what's available in tourism careers when the National Tourism Careers Expo starts later this month. Read more »

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