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EEver wanted to bungy jump off Bloukrans Bridge located near Nature’s Valley in the Western Cape? How about river rafting in Hazyview, Mpumalanga? Now you can! Pack your bags & hit the road this September during Travel Week 2019 and enjoy these and much more thrilling adventures that’s synonymous with South Africa.
Here’s all you need to know about this exciting travel initiative that was launched in 2018:
What is Travel Week?
From 23 to 29 September 2019, South Africans with an adventurous spirit will enjoy fantastic discounted deals of up to 50% off the Shot’ Left website. These incredible deals range from thrilling adventures and laidback bush escapes to coastal getaways. Imagine going on a riveting canopy tour and discovering the secrets of the spectacular Tsitsikamma Indigenous forest at a 50% discount.
YYou can also go sand boarding in Port Elizabeth with Sunday River Adventures. Their guides will have you moving down the dunes like a pro in no time.
Who said travel within South Africa is expensive? With Travel Week, you’re guaranteed to unlock a holiday anywhere in South Africa that would suit your pocket.
Get inspired to explore
Did you know that in 2018 the total value of deals offered amounted to a whopping R1 371 192? This September, be part of the many South Africans who took advantage of this amazing travel opportunity, with 92% of the deals sold for accommodation. So whether you’re looking to take that awesome selfie with a picturesque countryside landscape in the backdrop, go on a thrilling outdoor adventure, enjoy relaxing beach escapes or experience wildlife encounters, Travel Week 2019 will help you achieve that. It’s time to get inspired and explore the beauty of South Africa.
IIt’s all in the numbers
200 – Last year, deals ranged from as little as R200. So don’t be surprised if you scoop an affordable deal that suits your budget this year.
325 – That’s how many trade partners registered to be part of Travel Week 2018. From hotels groups, tour operators to adventure establishments, there are many businesses in the tourism industry that’s bound to offer you incredible deals in Travel Week 2019.
10 961 553 – That’s how many South Africans travelled domestically in 2018. With Travel Week 2019, this figure is bound to rise. So take advantage of the exciting packages on offer and be one of those who can boast that you took an affordable Shot’ Left.
It’s without a doubt that Travel Week 2019 will unlock more ways for you to Enjoy your Country! So take time out, rally your friends and family together and go on an incredible journey exploring unique parts of South Africa.
Khosi Tyobeka has built her business around making travelling easy and accessible. Her company, Zimasa Travel, provides tailor-made travel solutions; from planning to the execution of travel or conference needs. The award winning entrepreneur’s flair for business runs in her family. When she was growing up her mother operated a food business in their small village in the North West Province .
When one thinks of tourism in South Africa, the North West Province and its Magaliesberg mountain range and lush bushes come to mind. Not new to leisure and travel, the province has always held its baton, offering the famous Sun City resort and its surrounding holiday destinations. The province’s natural beauty has always added to the allure.
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