SA National Parks Week postponed to November
SANParks announced that its free-access week will be postponed to November due to concerns regarding the number of Covid-19 cases across the country.
South African National Parks (SANParks) announced that its free-access week, which is traditionally held in September, will be postponed to November due to concerns regarding the number of Covid-19 cases across the country.
SANParks, Total Energies and FNB, will be hosting the 16th annual SA National Parks Week together.
“The safety of both guests and staff is of utmost priority and we have to ensure that we are able to effectively implement the Covid-19 visitor-management procedures in all our parks at all times,” SANParks media manager Rey Thakhuli said.
SA National Parks Week is an annual week-long campaign that provides all South African citizens with the opportunity to visit national parks for free.
“The exact dates will be announced shortly. Visit a national park this year for free during SA National Parks Week to see what it has to offer and do your part by getting to know your national parks,” concluded Thakhuli.