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WIN trip to South Africa

Win 1 of 6 spots on this 8-night quintessential South African famil thanks to South African Tourism and South African Airways. To enter the competition you need to complete the SA Specialist online training course, and in the spirit of Nelson Mandela’s Centenary, tell them in 30 words or less which Mandela-inspired tourist attraction you would visit and why.



Stay at the lavish Taj hotel in Cape Town, over-looking one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature, Table Mountain. Drink your way through the Cape Winelands and dine in the country’s finest restaurants. Immerse yourself with the locals as you cycle through a local township and enjoy a home cooked meal. Honour Mandela’s legacy and visit his jail cell on a boat trip out to Robben Island. Meet the African Penguins on a visit to Boulder’s beach. Experience a night on the town bar hopping through Cape Town’s famous haunts.


Enjoy South Africa’s scenic beauty from one of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World, Grootbos Private Nature Reserve and jump into the many adventure activities on offer including horseback riding and Great White Shark cage diving if you dare!


No trip to South Africa is complete without seeing the Big 5. And what better place to lap up the whole safari experience than the iconic Lion Sands Private Game Reserve in the Sabi Sands. From the expert rangers who will have you hanging on every story, to sundowners against the most incredible African sunsets, you will experience everything the finest safari has to offer.


Visit Mandela’s home in Soweto and discover Joburg’s newest hip, urban precinct, Maboneng, on a street art walking tour, and experience the revitalised culture of this bustling city before flying back on your South African Airways flight to Australia. This prize includes all international/domestic flights and taxes, accommodation, meals and activities. $0 participation fee! 


Competition closes as of midnight 15 November 2018.


To enter, head to:


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