SIX GREAT REASONS TO VISIT THE GAUTENG GETAWAY SHOW
The Gauteng Getaway Show is back at the Ticketpro Dome next weekend,
delivering more than just a jam-packed travel and lifestyle expo – it’s also
a fun outing for the whole family and offers enthusiasts edutainment galore.
Here are the top six reasons to visit the Getaway Show between 4 and 6
1. Fun for the whole family
Worried that the kids will be bored as you drag them from stand to stand to
plan your next holiday? Worry not because, with a kiddies and toddlers play
area and a variety of adventure stations for kids of all ages, they’ll be
begging to stay longer. Virtual reality pods, wacky wheels rides, a
parachute ride, putt putt will provide hours of entertainment and excitement
for the young and young-at-heart.
2. Extreme makeover of a bakkie into the ultimate 4×4
Witness a vehicular facelift of epic proportions as the winner of a prize
valued at R177 000 has his 2018 Ford Ranger transformed into a custom-built
road trip vehicle. Taking place live over the three days of the show and
involving the modification of everything from suspension to tyres, this is
an overland enthusiast’s dream come true.
3. Live music, beer tent, food trucks and market
Plan to spend the day at the show and you’ll enjoy free entertainment and a
variety of tastes to satisfy your cravings, including an SAB beer tent with
live bands throughout the day and food trucks such as Strip Cheese, the
Grill Cherrie, Stuff Churro and more. There’s also a market for some retail
therapy, offering Qualito Craft Distillery, Rowdy, Spirit Collection, Scampi
Braai, to name a few.
4. Photography workshop
Hone your photography skills with a wildlife photography workshop by Michael
Tucker and a landscape photography workshop by Robbie Aspeling, brought to
you by Big Five Photography. Attend one for R150 or both for R250 and you
get free entry into the Getaway Show. Each session lasts two hours, the
first with Michael taking place at 9h30 and the second with Robbie at 13h00,
on both Saturday and Sunday. It’s the perfect opportunity to spend a day
perfecting your picture-perfect pictures – and planning the destination to
test your newly acquired skills. Seats are limited and can be booked online
at https://www.getaway.co.za/wildlife-photography-workshop/ or on Quicket.
5. Over 150 travel and adventure stands
The Gauteng Getaway Show is renowned for providing travel inspiration,
particularly for those in search of adventure on the African continent. This
year will be no different with 150 exhibitors providing a one-stop-shop of
travel destinations, accommodation, outdoor gear, 4×4 products and
accessories, motor homes, caravans and trailers, camping equipment and
adventure operators. This is the definitive place to plan your December
holiday or making the adventure you’ve been dreaming about a reality in
6. Win, win, win!
Your ticket into the Getaway Show automatically entitles you to enter a
variety of competitions with the chance to win amazing travel prizes. The
two major competitions are a one-week stay in Mauritius for two people,
valued at R40 000 sponsored by Getaway Travel, and a trip to Madagascar for
two people for seven nights worth R56 500, with flights sponsored by
Airlink. There’s also a Spin & Win, with the chance to win Cango Wildlife
Ranch tours, a Tentco trolley, logbook devices and many more.
Get to the Gauteng Getaway Show at the Ticketpro Dome from 4 to 6 October.
Show times are from 10h00 to 20h00 on Friday, 09h00 to 18h00 on Saturday and
09h00 to 16h00 on Sunday. Tickets are R80 for adults, R40 for scholars and
pensioners, and free entry for kids 12 and under. Or spend the weekend
indulging your wanderlust for R120 for a weekend pass. Go to getaway.co.za
for more info or Quicket to book your tickets. Follow the Getaway Show on
Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @getawayshow.
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