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Planks of Thanks

For years, the lower Tokai Park boardwalk has been a much-loved pathway used by nature-lovers, dog walkers, strollers, runners and cyclists.

Latest Event

Karoo National Park Big Birding Bash

Join the SANParks Honorary Rangers as we search for exciting endemics, unusual LBJs and spectacular raptors in the Karoo National Park. This park is a haven for endemics and should be on every birder’s bucket list.

Support Us

Covid-19 Community Support

“When we put local communities at the heart of conservation, we improve the lives of people, animals and the environment.”- Jane Goodall

Join us in helping our vulnerable families adjoining the parks who are struggling to put food on the table.

Make a Donation

Whether you’re a corporate or an individual who recognises the importance of preserving our national heritage, there are a number of ways you can donate to SANParks Honorary Rangers, knowing that your donation, either monetary or in kind, will be used directly to fund projects identified by SANParks.

Support an event

SANParks Honorary Rangers offers a wide range of unique events. Each gives you the opportunity to enjoy your passion, while helping to conserve the splendor of our national parks.

Become a Volunteer

SANParks Honorary Rangers gives people with a passion for nature the opportunity to help protect and preserve South Africa’s natural heritage. If you’re willing to commit yourself to making a difference, click here.

Who We Are

SANParks Honorary Rangers

SANParks Honorary Rangers is the official volunteer organization of SANParks. Over the past 10 years, we have provided SANParks with over R248,6 million in public and business donations and volunteer support.

What we do

The SANParks Honorary Rangers volunteer organisation is open to people with a passion for nature and South African National Parks. We facilitate various activities through which the public can become involved in support of SANParks and enjoy the wonder of our natural heritage.

Latest News

Planks of Thanks

For years, the lower Tokai Park boardwalk has been a much-loved pathway used by nature-lovers, dog walkers, strollers, runners and cyclists.

“Valuing water” – Celebration of World Water Day 2021.

World Water Day has been celebrated each year on March 22 since 1992. This day focuses on the importance of freshwater and presses for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. Besides, the day is aimed at raising awareness about 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water resources globally.