+cownchicken Posted April 7, 2011 Share Posted April 7, 2011 Hey all! I'd like to set up an event to start the brainstorming session for the proposed South African Mega Event. Gauteng's already got one coming up (GC2PK15), but before I publish it I want to gauge interest and availability. I'm thinking about 1.5 hours max, just a brainstorming session (for those interested in proving to the Gautengers that the Western Cape is the logical choice for the Mega Event!). Who can make the week of April 11-15? After work, in the evening, at the V&A Waterfront, somewhere (open to suggestions!). Here are South Africa's most visited destinations: According to South African Tourism the top 20 attractions in South Africa, as rated by foreign visitors on departure from the country and published in the South African Yearbook. 1.Victoria & Alfred Waterfront (Cape Town) 2.Table Mountain (Cape Town) 3.Cape Point (Cape Town) 4.Western Cape Wine Routes (near Cape Town) 5.The Garden Route (Eastern & Western Cape) 6.Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens (Cape Town) 7.Ostrich Farms (Oudtshoorn) 8.Robben Island (Cape Town) 9.Pretoria sights (Gauteng) 10.Kruger National Park (Mpumalanga & Limpopo) 11.Durban beachfront (KwaZulu-Natal) 12.Cango Caves (Oudtshoorn) 13.Drakensberg Resorts (KwaZulu-Natal) 14.KwaZulu-Natal Game Parks (KwaZulu-Natal) 15.Soweto (Johannesburg - Gauteng) 16.Gold Reef City (Johannesburg) 17.Blyde River Canyon (Mpumalanga) 18.Pilgrim's Rest (Mpumalanga) 19.Shakaland / Zulu Villages (KwaZulu-Natal) 20.Private Game Parks/ Reserves in Mpumalanga (Mpumalanga) Six of these destinations are in Cape Town itself. While another three are in the Western Cape, just over 400km's from the City. No other Province has so much to offer and so much diversity. We think this speaks for itself! Quote Link to comment
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