It’s time to pack your ponchos and don your wellie boots because the annual floods have arrived in Kruger National Park!

If you are travelling with Nomad Adventure Tours over this period, all of our tours are running to schedule, however, we will enter the park through an alternative gate if required.

If you’re still in the process of deciding “when to visit where”, keep an eye on Nomad’s blog posts so that we can provide you with all the information you may need. We’ll also give you tips on how and what to pack for your African adventure tour and we can assist you with deciding which Nomad tour is best for you. Are you better suited to a camping or accommodated tour and should you visit Southern or East Africa?

Thanks to the Wild Card blog, we can confirm the following details about Kruger Park for you:

Camps and Facilities that are currently closed:

– Sirheni
– Shimiwini
– Bateleur
– Boulders
– Tamboti
– Talamati
– Muzanzane
– Biyamiti
– Crocodile Bridge
– Makhadzi picnic spot
– All trails and wilderness safaris

Gates that are closed:

– Crocodile Bridge
– Orpen
– Punda Maria
– Pafuri
– Giriyondo port of entry
– Pafuri port of entry

Roads closed

– H1-2 Sand River & Sabie Low water bridge – alternatively motorists can use the H12
– H1/1 link road between Skukuza and Pretoriuskop has been closed off due to the low level bridge overflowing
– H1-1 Pretoriouskop to Malelane T-junction
– H10- Lower Sabie to Tshokwane
– H7- Satara to Orpen
– H1-9 Pafuri entrance to Punda
– H15 Punda Maria to Shingwedzi
– H1-6 Letaba to Mopani
– Nwaswitshaka low level bridge

For all of the most updated photos of the 2013 Kruger Floods, keep an eye on www.latestsightings.com.

Come and get your toes wet and join the action on one of our Big 5 Kruger Safaris!

We look forward to having you on the road with us in 2013 for the Ultimate African Adventure!

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