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My Activity Permit
Table Mountain National Park introduces new recreational permit
The revamped permits cover a range of recreational activities that can be done within the Table Mountain National Park. The activities are priced according to their impact on the park and have been produced in association with Hi-Tec.
“We recognised that when Table Mountain was declared a national park, users that were able to actively enjoy the park would fear being restricted because the focus was now on conserving our unique natural heritage. However, the park embraced the obligation to recreational use by zoning the park according to ecologically significant areas and designating areas for certain recreational activities. Furthermore, park management engaged with recreational users to develop codes of conduct that would reduce the conflict between users and mitigate impact on the environment. For example, in some areas dog walking may be separated from cycling, while in other areas dogs are not allowed at all, as in the Cape Point section of the park,” said park manager, Paddy Gordon.
You will need two ID photos to purchase a permit.
Cost of the My Activity Permit:
Level 1 – Dog-walking (R250)
Level 1 - Multi User Level 1 card additional member (R90.00)
Level 2 – Hang-gliding and paragliding, sport climbing (R370)
Level 3 – Horse-riding, mountain biking, line fishing and transport (R500)
Level 3 - Additional member (R215.00)
For further information on the My Activity Permit, please call +27 (0)21 701 8692, email email@example.com or visit www.sanparks.org.
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