09 May 2014 by Kate Els

​Jumping off a stadium and a Cape Town Instawalk with #MeetSouthAfrica

Our second-last day of #MeetSouthAfrica saw our bloggers make their way to Durban after enjoying epic sunrises and a Cape Town instawalk in the Bo-Kaap district of the city.

#MeetSouthAfrica blogger Dawn Jorgensen takes the plunge off the roof of the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban

Our second-last day of the #MeetSouthAfrica started with an early Instawalk in Cape Town for our adventure group of bloggers, while a beautiful Plettenberg Bay sunrise got our luxury team up early.

The second of our public Instawalks took place yesterday in Bo-Kaap in Cape Town, a tour through the historic area offering our bloggers an opportunity rich for colourful and interesting photos. Joined by a few members of the public, the walk wound through the district and even involved a visit to the oldest mosque in the southern hemisphere, Auwal Masjid. After a lunch at Haas Coffee, our adventure team hit the airport on their way to join the rest of the blogger crew in Durban.

Our luxury group of bloggers woke up to a beautiful Plettenberg Bay sunrise from the balconies of their rooms at The Plettenberg Hotel. After a fresh, delicious breakfast, the team made their move to the airport to join the crew in Durban ahead of INDABA 2014, starting on 10 May 2014.

Our heritage & culture team said their goodbyes to Bloemfontein early in the morning, arriving in Durban in time to enjoy the Big Rush swing from the Moses Mabhida Stadium and a cable car tour to the viewing platform above the stadium’s arches.

To meet the bloggers who will #MeetSouthAfrica, check out our three-part series – Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.

Join our bloggers at the #MeetSouthAfrica bloggers' cocktail event to be hosted on 9 May 2014, where they will also select the winners of our #MeetSouthAfrica Instagram competition.

To follow the campaign as it unfolds, in addition to following the hashtag, you can join us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

South African Tourism first instituted its #MeetSouthAfrica bloggers’ campaign in 2013, with the aim of opening up a new form of communication with potential travellers looking for their next holiday destination. The campaign saw over 219-million impressions of the hashtag across various social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. For more information on the trip, click here.

Category: Adventure, Attractions, Culture & History

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