South African National Parks (SANParks) will stictly enforce gate quotas in Kruger National Park during the coming school holidays (28 June - 20 July 2014). Visitors are therefore advised to either arrive at the gate very early in the morning because the service is on "first come first served" basis or pre-book their entrance with SANParks' central reservations office in order to ensure that they gain access to the park in terms of their own plan and are not sent back at the gate. Day visitors who pre-book their visit are expected to pay a non-refundable deposit of R32 per adult and R16 per child to secure the space so that they can be counted in the number that makes a daily quota at that particular gate.
In case the the gate quota has been reached, day visitors who did not pre-book with SANParks have the option to make use of the park and ride scheme
available at Numbi Gate, Phabeni Gate and Paul Kruger Gate. The
duration of such drives is 4 hours. The morning drives start at 07:00
and end at 11:00, while the afternoon drives start at 14:00 and end at
18:00 from each gate.
Kruger National Park has ten entrance gates: Pafuri Gate, Punda Maria Gate, Phalaborwa Gate,
Giriyondo Gate, Orpen Gate, Paul Kruger Gate, Phabeni Gate, Numbi Gate, Malelane Gate and Crocodile