Limpopo Tourism showcases its diversified culture and rich heritage at the Cape Town Jazz Festival as part of their Easter campaign. They are also giving away 2x two night stay at the top Lodges in Limpopo. Each prize is valued at R 15 800.
Limpopo Tourism is gearing up to promote the province as a melting pot of a diversified culture and a rich heritage at the 2018 Cape Town International Jazz Festival. Although Limpopo is best known for boasting some of South Africa’s best national parks, such as Kruger and Mapungubwe National Parks, the province is also rich in history and cultural heritage. This year, the Limpopo Tourism is determined more than ever to get the word out to festival-goers about this understated feature of the province. The campaign forms part of the Agency’s Easter campaign.
As part of their pre-activation plan, the province is running an online competition in collaboration with Getaway Magazine with prizes sponsored by Limpopo Tourism, SA Express, Sefapane lodge and SANParks. Through this online competition, the province is giving away a two-night stay at the Aha Sefapane lodge in Kruger National Park for two and another two-night stay in a self-catering lodge also owned by the Aha group – both prizes include flights and are valued at R 15 800.
These prizes will be given away and can only be entered at the Limpopo stand which will be at the Canal Walk Mall where the activation will take place. At the stand, festival-goers and Cape Townians will learn about the history and cultural heritage of the province and discover various travel packages on offer for those looking to explore Limpopo’s hidden gems.
With over 37000 music lovers from all over the country and the world visiting Cape Town for the Jazz Festival, Limpopo Tourism has seized the festival as the perfect opportunity for introducing this unique way of exploring the province and offering visitors tangible ways of exploring the province.
Some of the understated gems that festival-goers can expect to learn more about include: the Ivory route which boasts 3,6 million hectares of national parks, nature reserves and offers unique cultural camps where visitors can experience local traditions; Limpopo Wildlife Resorts, owned by Limpopo Economic Development Environment and Tourism, offers accommodation in various national and provincial parks such as Lekgalameetse Provincial Park which features the unique sight and experience of a Church forest. For those who love camping but detest the effort of pitching a tent, there’ll be plenty of glamping venues within the province to discover and learn about.
For those who are attending the 2018 Cape Town International Jazz Festival, this is the perfect opportunity to learn about Limpopo’s history and cultural heritage and to stand a chance of winning a fantastic getaway to go explore the province.