Kruger opens some of its camps

Kruger National Park (KNP) will partially open some of its camps for accommodation from Friday, 14 August 2020 in line with the Level 3 regulations on intra-provincial travel.
The park's management said there the regulations would be strictly enforced, and travellers may only overnight in their province of residence. For example, if they are from Limpopo, their booking must be for KNP rest camps in that province. The Olifants River is recognised as the boundary between Mpumalanga and Limpopo.
The following rest camps and accommodation facilities are in the Limpopo Province: Pafuri Border Camp, Punda Maria Rest Camp, Sirheni Bushveld Camp, Shingwedzi Rest Camp, Bateleur Bushveld Camp, Mopani Rest Camp, Shipandani Overnight Hide, Tsendze Rustic Camp, Boulders Bush Lodge, Shimuwini Bushveld Camp, Sable Overnight Hide, Letaba Rest Camp and Olifants Rest Camp. Punda Maria, Shingwedzi and Letaba will reopen on 20 August 2020.

The following rest camps and accommodation facilities are in the Mpumalanga province: Balule Camp, Roodewal Bush Lodge, Satara Rest Camp, Tamboti Tent Camp, Talamati Bushveld Camp, Skukuza Rest Camp, Pretoriuskop Rest Camp, Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp, Malelane Camp, Biyamiti Bushveld Camp, Lower Sabie Rest Camp and Crocodile Bridge Rest Camp. Satara and Pretoriuskop will reopen few days later on 17 August 2020.
Source: Bizcommunity