SANParks Makes Access Cheaper For Locals

South African National Parks (SANParks) is making travel more affordable for locals by implementing new differential conservation fees for Table Mountain National Park gates (TMNP), which will take effect from 1 November 2018.

This means that locals will gain entry to select parks at a cheaper fee than international tourists.

SANParks General Manager for Strategic Tourism Services, Joep Stevens, says the aim is “to increase accessibility to South Africans, especially the sectors of society that do not traditionally visit national parks.”

The decision also comes soon after Table Mountain Cableway announced its new summer sunset hours with festive season specials designed for locals.



Written by southhow

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