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Kruger Back to Normal After Floods
Operations in the Kruger National Park are back to normal following floods which caused havoc in the park for the first two weeks of March.
South African National Parks (SANParks) said that all facilities which had been closed, excluding the S64 road in the north and the Wolhuter and Boesman Trails camp in the south, were now operational.
All the bush camps, walking trails, picnic spots and gravel roads are deemed safe enough to be used by clients.
Areas in the south of the Kruger received as much as 300mm of rain during the first 10 days of March, resulting in overflowing rivers which forced the closure of bridges, camps and roads.