Kruger National Park's
Conservation fees / Standard Entry Fees
Day visitors and Overnight guests
Info on Pre-booked day visits
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Kruger National Park
Standard Conservation fees
Daily Conservation fees are payable on entry per day
Guests going on tour pays conservation fees on Check-in at the first camp.
On public holidays and school holidays, the ADVANCE DAY VISITORS PERMIT will be required to secure entry
ADVANCE DAY PERMIT
There is a maximum threshold of visitors that can enter the park daily. If this threshold is reached only visitors with pre-booked overnight accommodation will be permitted access. Such situations tend only to arise in extreme cases such as public holidays and long weekends.
Advanced day visitor bookings can be made via our Online Bookings.
Kruger National Park allows advance reservations for day visits, in addition to the conservation fees payable via various Reservation Offices.
A booking fee of R 48 per adult and R 24 per child under 12 years old
is payable when making an advanced day booking.
Pre-booked day visits must be paid in advance, on or before the deposit due date.
Guests who book one day in advance must pay when the booking is made.
Wild card members have to pay this “advance booking fee” if they want to pre-book their day visit.
Wild Card holders - Free Entry
Wild Card Membership gives you one year's unlimited entry to 80+ National Parks, Reserves and Resorts around Southern Africa, depending on the type of cluster you choose.
Membership is valid from the date of purchase for 365 days and is available for an individual, couple or family (family: any two adults and up to five children under the age of 18 years).
International Wild Card Membership is also available for our international guests.