07 July 2010

Camdeboo National Park to develop bushcamp and campsite

South Africa National Parks (SANParks) announced the construction of a bush camp and, in a second phase, the development of ten to twelve camping sites in Camdeboo National Park in the country's Eastern Cape province.

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The development of the bush camp will involve the erection of four to six safari-style tents on fixed wooden decks at the Park’s existing Gannalapa facility. The tents, which will accommodate two people each, will be provisioned with rustic furnishings including beds and bedding. The campsite will be erected in Acacia woodland area adjacent to Gannalapa.
Due to a rising demand from visitors for camping and caravanning facilities SANparks has decided to develope accommodation facilities in the park.

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