Sixty security staff have been appointed to guard tourists in Table Mountain National Park.
After the reopening of Lion’s Head on Friday, 1 March 2019, we have received concerns from our visitors around the safety of some of the newly installed infrastructure.
Due to the high levels of crime in certain SANPark areas we have introduced a new Activity Permit for self-defense weapons for the Table Mountain National Park.
Kieno, speaks to Merle Collins Western Cape Spokesperson at SAN Parks and Andre Van Schalkwyk Committee Member at Table Mountain Safety Action Group…
SANParks is planning to deploy core people to try and make the mountain safe again for hiking
Update: 8 June – They Made It!!! – SANParks Honorary Rangers KwaZulu Natal Region supports the Climb for K9
Three seasoned hikers will attempt the 230 km Drakensberg Grand Traverse in support of the SANParks K9 Units.
In order to get some clarity on the Bouldering EMP for Table Mountain National Park in Cape Town…
Table Mountain National Park (TMNP), SANParks hereby announces a temporary ban on sport climbing and bouldering in the entire Park.