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Kruger National Park on-line booking has crashed and has left many visitors stranded

The Kruger National Park On-line booking has crashed due to influx of bookings from people who want to visit the park.

This after the President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country will move to Level Two of the national lockdown, which will then allows people to visit parks and others tourists attractions sites in and around the country.

The Park will only allow 50% of its camping facilities to used, to ensure that it adheres to Covid-19 regulations.

SANPARKS spokesperson Ike Phaahla said they are hoping that the system will be up as it remains problematic. He also urged visitors to be patient at the gates because screening of visitors will also be taking place.

"Our system did experience a search in bookings and it went down it still very problematic because of the amount of traffic that we are experiencing as people wanting to book, what people should be aware of is that we opening according to the Level two protocols which means that only 50% of our accommodation and camping facilities will be opened" said Phaahla.

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