Sehlabathebe National Park

Sehlabathebe National Park. Museums developed by DIJONDESIGN on biodiversity and rock art

The Sehlabathebe National Park was established in May 1969 as a “Wild Life Sanctuary and National Park”. In 2008 Sehlabathebe National Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. The area of the park is 6 500 hectares and is now part of the Maloti-Drakensberg Park Transboundary Site, together with the uKhahlamba Drakensberg National Park in South Africa and covers an area of 6500 hectares.

In 2017, Dijondesign won the tender to develop exhibitions at two sites within the SNP. The exhibitions were completed in February 2018. The two sites, the Enviro Centre and the Old Lodge showcase and describe the abundant biodiversity and rock art of the area.

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