update (21 Jan 2013): SANParks has uploaded new photos to facebook.
update (21 Jan 2013): All gravel roads in the Kruger National Park have been closed off for safety and motorists are requested to stay on tarred road.
Camps and Facilities Closed:
- Crocodile Bridge
- Makhadzi Picnic Spot
- All trails camps and Wilderness Safaris
- Crocodile Bridge
- Punda Maria
- Giriyondo Port of Entry
- Pafuri Port of Entry
- H1 – 2 Sand River & Sabie Low water bridge – alternatively motorists can use H12
- H1/1 link road between Skukuza and Pretoriuskop has been closed off due to low level bridge overflowing.
- H1-1 – Pretoriouskop to Malelane T-Junction
- H10 – Lower Sabie to Tshokwane
- H7 – Satara to Orpen
- H1 – 9 – Pafuri entrance to Punda
- H15 – Punda Maria to Shingwedzi
- H1 – 6 Letaba to Mopani
- Nwaswitshaka low level bridge.
Due to heavy rains experienced in the area, some of the camps and gravel roads in the Kruger National Park have temporarily been closed for safety. South African National Parks (SANParks) is therefore urging visitors of the National Park not to use gravel roads, not to attempt crossing overflowing rivers, to stay alert at all times and is requesting motorists to stay on tarred roads only.
The following roads; camps and facilities in the Kruger National Park are currently not accessible and have been temporarily closed:
- Tamboti camp
- Talamati camp
- Muzandzeni picnic spot
- Biyamiti bush camp
- Crocodile Bridge camp and entrance gate
- H10 Tshokwane to Lower Sabie
- H1 -2 Sand River & Sabie low water bridge
- H1/1 link road between Skukuza and Pretoriuskop
- H7 Orpen to Satara
- Nwaswitshaka low level bridge
- Giriyondo Part of Entry
Confirmed bookings between 20 and 22 January 2013 need to be confirmed with Skukuza, Berg en Dal, Pretoriuskop, Satara, Letaba Mopani and Shingwedzi between 07h00 to 18h00.