Visitors to South Africa are offered an astonishing variety and diversity of fauna and flora within the national and regional Parks spread throughout the country.
With more than 20 National Parks in South Africa, including two of the world's most renowned wildlife reserves, the Kruger Park and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, as well as a number of parks under provincial authority, your venture to any of the Parks will transfer you into another world.
To view the different parks, accommodation, facilities etc. click on the park name:
Only one of the South African National Parks is in a malaria risk area and that is the Kruger National Park, although even here the risk is usually low. Anti-malaria prophylactics are recommended for visitors for Kruger. The highest risk period is between December and April (end of the rainy season).
Visitors wishing to take prophylactics should consult a knowledgeable medical practitioner about recommended medication.
The threat of malaria should not affect your decision to enjoy and experience the Kruger Park, but is something one should be aware of and take precautions to be exposed to.
The National Parks Board has introduced a daily conservation fee applicable to all parks. Please view details.
The conservation / entry levies at these parks differ from that of the National Parks.
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