07 August 2012

South Africa: Sabi Sand Reserve to increase gate fees

South Africa's oldest private game reserve, the Sabi Sand Reserve in Mpumalanga, will increase its gate fees. From 01 September 2012, guests entering at Newington Gate will be required to pay R160 per vehicle and an additional R40 per occupant.
The 65 000 hectare Sabi Sand Reserve is sharing a 50km (31.25 miles) unfenced border with the Kruger National Park and is home to more than 145 mammal species, including the Big Five, and to approx. 500 bird species.Two rivers supply the game reserve with a valuable water source - the Sand River flows through the reserve for 50km (31 miles) from north west to south east whilst the Sabie River flows on the southern boundary.

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