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Cape Town - The Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency (MTPA) has announced that it will implement an increase in its tariffs, including the entry and accommodation fees at its various nature reserves around the province, come 01 November.
According to MTPA, the increase will address some of the infrastructure maintenance challenges.
"Our intention is to improve our facilities and the viewpoints at all our main nature reserves in order to provide visitors with the best possible experience," says the agency.
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"It's committed to ensuring that all our visitors enjoy a comfortable, safe and unforgettable experience at all our facilities, hence the need to review our tariffs in order to ensure proper maintenance and upkeep of the nature reserves" MTPA adds.
MTPA further states that all tariffs will be adjusted upwards by a small margin and continue to be charged in South African rand and will be reviewed annually, guided generally by inflationary pressures and we will continue to inform the public of these changes.
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Gate entry cost ranges from R15 to R50 with accommodation and camping ranging from R20 to R350, either per night or per camp site. - see full price list here.
NOTE: Various rate increases on activities are also applicable.
If, however, in the event there are any changes, MTPA says that they will continue to inform the public.
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