The Mpumalanga Tourism & Parks Agency (MTPA) has the mandate of positioning Mpumalanga as the world class tourism destination through providing an integrated tourism and biodiversity conservation management system in order to stimulate sustainable economic growth in the province.
22 August 2017
South Africa: New increased tariffs at Mpumalanga's Nature Reserves!
The Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency (MTPA) has announced that it will increase entry and accommodation fees at its various nature reserves in Mpumalanga from 01 November 2017. These include the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve, Manyeleti Nature Reserve, Ohrigstad Nature Reserve, Andover Nature Reserve, Sterkspruit Nature Reserve, Songimvelo Nature Reserve, Nooitgedacht Dam Nature Reserve, Verloren Vallei Nature Reserve, Loskop Nature Reserve, Mabusa Nature Reserve, Mdala Nature Reserve, SS Skosana Nature Reserve and Mkhombo Dam Nature Reserve. All tarifs will be adjusted upwards by a small margin and continue to be charged in South African Rand (ZAR).