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Kruger Park Interpretive Plan
Our Sophia Town / 2010
Old Fort Interpretive Planning / 2007
Sharpeville / 2009
Project Name: Kruger Park Interpretive Plan
Client: South African National Parks
Client Contact Person: Kevin Moore

Trace worked in partnership with Public Nature to develop a comprehensive interpretive plan for Kruger National Park. Together, Public Nature and Trace, offered specialist skills in landscape interpretation, game reserve history, the development of living heritage, the development of exhibition materials and the creation of projects that bring together rural communities, tourism, and wilderness environments.

The Interpretive Plan for Kruger National Park took into account the existing elements of the current interpretive strategy and added new research to develop a fresh approach to interpretation for visitors. Critical to developing this understanding was interviews with managers, research into other national and international reserves, as well as discussions with institutional and community stakeholders, and an analysis of extant policy documents . We integrated this information into a policy document that if implemented, will ensure the continuous success of Kruger as a world-class tourist destination and World Heritage Site.

Key Responsibilities:

Clive van den Berg with David Bunn - Project Director

Trace Personnel Involved:

Onsite and Desktop Research Focus Groups

Tel: +27 82 554 0747 (Lauren) / +27 82 335 4586 (Clive)