Conservation Fees, Kruger National Park

Elephants at sunset waterhole. R Miller
Every visitor to the Kruger National Park will pay a conservation fee for every day spent inside the Park. Only by contributing to conservation can funds be raised to help conserve the park's natural and cultural heritage.

Standard Daily Conservation Fee: International Visitors

1 November 2016 - 31 October 2017

  • Per Adult: R304
  • Per Child under 12: R152

Standard Daily Conservation Fee: South African Citizens and Residents (with ID)

1 November 2016- 31 October 2017

  • Per Adult per day: R76
  • Per Child under 12: R38

SADC Nationals (with passport)

1 November 2016- 31 October 2017

  • Per Adult per day: R152
  • Per Child under 12: R76
Members of SANParks' loyalty programme WILD do not pay daily conservation fees provided that proof of Identity and their WILD card are shown on arrival.

Community Levy

Please note that there is a 1% mandatory Community Levy not included in the rates on our website.

Gate Times

Entrance Gates Opening Times:
  • Oct - Mar: 05:30
  • Apr - Sep: 06:00
Camp Gates Opening Times:
  • Oct: 05:30
  • Nov - Jan: 04:30
  • Feb - Mar: 05:30
  • Apr - Sep: 06:00
Entrance & Camp Gate Closing Times:
  • Aug - Oct: 18:00
  • Nov - Feb: 18:30
  • Mar - Apr: 18:00
  • May - Jul: 17:30
Read more detailed information on the Southern, Central and Northern Kruger Park Entrance Gates

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