Update on the KNP road closures

Today at 12:00

SKUKUZA – Following the substantial rain which fell on March 8 over most of the southern part and catchment area of the Park; the situation at the moment is that water has subsided. The Sabie and Sand River low water bridges which were overflowing, are now open (on road H1-2 between H4/1 – H12). Flights in and out of the Skukuza Airport are also operational as normal.
“Technical Services team is continuing with the assessment of all closed roads. We would like to again request visitors to the Park that all the roads which are closed are marked with “No Entry” signs or blocked with other objects; motorists are urged not to use those roads,” advised the KNP Managing Executive, Glenn Phillips.
The roads which remain closed are:
S1  from Phabeni Gate to S3 intersection (Phabeni Gate therefore remains closed until further notice)
• S65 (between S1 – H1-1)
• S4 (between S3 – S1)
• S32
• S33
• S34
• S36 (between H1/2 – S125)
• S84 loop
• S125
• S37
• S35

Yesterday 14:00 

Please note that the following roads are temporarily closed due to heavy rains experienced in the KNP this morning.

Marula Region – Roads closed:

  • Tar road – H1-2 (from Skukuza to Satara) is closed due to Sabie Sand and Sand River low water bridges overflowing. Guests are advised to use H12 – Lower Sabie high water bridge to Satara.
  • Phabeni Low water Bridge is closed due to damages.
  • Other gravel roads that are closed in the Marula Region are S65, S4, S32, S33, S34, S36 (H1/2 – S125), S84, S125, S37 (H13 -S135) and S35.

Entrance Gates closed:

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