Cash-Free Entry to Cape Point and Boulders Penguin Colony in Table Mountain National Park

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Penguins Colony at the Boulders Beach

If you’re a nature enthusiast planning a visit to Table Mountain National Park, there’s excellent news for you! Starting 1 April 2023, two of the park’s gates, Cape Point and Boulders Penguin Colony, will be completely cash-free. The move is part of the South African National Parks (SANParks) initiative, which began earlier this year, to go entirely cashless. This initiative simplifies the payment process and promotes a more eco-friendly approach to park management.

No More Cash Worries

As a visitor, you no longer need to worry about bringing cash to pay for your conservation or entry fees at these two gates. Instead, the payment process has been made easier and safer by using either a debit or credit card. Visitors can also purchase tickets online, making it even more convenient for them.

Simplifying Park Management

The cash-free initiative is part of SANParks’ effort to modernize its payment system and move towards a more eco-friendly approach to park management. It will help simplify the payment process and reduce the need for cash handling, making it safer and more efficient for visitors and park staff.

Planning Your Next Visit

If you plan your next visit to Table Mountain National Park, have your credit or debit card ready, or purchase your tickets online. This way, you can enjoy the park’s beauty without the hassle of carrying cash. Tickets are available on the SANParks website.

The cash-free initiative at Cape Point and Boulders Penguin Colony is a significant step towards a more modern and eco-friendly approach to park management. With the convenience of online ticket purchases or using a debit or credit card, visitors can now enjoy their park experience without worrying about carrying cash. So, take advantage of this new system and easily experience the beauty of Table Mountain National Park!

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