Krugers Park's Crocodile Bridge and Gate Gets a Facelift

The managing executive of the Kruger National Park (KNP), Abe Sibiya officially opened the new Crocodile Bridge and Gate facilities on December 7, 2010.

Sibiya said the new raised bridge and the gate, which includes new boom style entrance gates, were a huge investment for Kruger.

The R7,3 million upgraded bridge, which was built in the existing footprint of the original, was designed by Aerocon Company and constructed by the Tsitemba Companies.

The R3,9 million new entrance gate includes extensive work to the approach road, entrance gate reception building, ablutions blocks for day visitors, curio shop and new 'boom"-style entrance gate.

It is the fourth KNP gate to get boom gates after Phalaborwa in 2007, Orpen in 2008 and Phabeni in 2009.

Entrance Gates to the Kruger National Park

This help guide to the Entrance Gates of the Kruger National Park includes info on the Southern, Central and Northern entrance gates, as wel...more
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