Win Entry for You and 3 Friends to an Adventure of Your Choice

Win Entry for You and 3 Friends to an Adventure of Your Choice

by Shannon De Kock December 11, 2018

Schools have closed and holidays are here at last - Enter to Win an Adventure of your Choice for You and 3 Friends!

How to Enter:

  • Navigate to the Tours Africa Facebook page
  • From a PC, click on 'Invite friends' you can also select all to invite all your friends (recommended).
  • From a mobile, scroll to Community and select 'Invite friends'. With mobile, you will need to select them one by one.

  • Kindly inbox or email us a screenshot of your invited friends.
  • We will keep a record of all likes and who invited them and post a leadership board weekly.
  • For every 3 friends who like Tours Africa, you will get one entry.

Choose from one of the 3 adventures below:

Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary - The Crags, Plettenberg Bay

Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary has won numerous awards for being a truly mesmerising experience while giving these beautiful animals a second chance at life. These animals come from a background of captivity in zoos, canned hunting and other inhumane conditions. Jukani aims to provide an environment that's as natural as possible, allowing these animals dignity while being safely looked after. As a guest, you will enjoy a tour and to see these animals up close! 

Enter our competition here!

Monkeyland Plettenberg Bay & KZN

Monkeyland is located just outside Plettenberg Bay in the area known as The Crags on the Garden Route of the Western Cape of South Africa. Take a walk through Monkeyland and explore this massive forest with its amazing monkeys! The forest measure 550 hectares, the size of a rugby or soccer field. 

These monkeys have been rescued or adopted out of zoos and other captive lifestyles. Monkeyland aims to rehabilitate these animals for a life as close as possible to what they would enjoy in the wild.

Enter our competition here!

Birds of Eden

Birds of Eden is a sanctuary for rescued birds that were pets or kept in zoos and other forms of captivity. The 2-hectare dome spans over an indigenous forest and is home to over 220 bird species totalling over 3,500! Go for a self-guided walk or request a tour guide.

Enter our competition here!

Want to know more?

    If you wish to visit the wildlife sanctuaries at any time, the costs and locations are:

    Adult rates for Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary, Birds of Eden and Monkeyland

    • Single Ticket: from R 260.00 (adult)
      R 130.00 (child 3/12years)
    • Combo Ticket (any 2 sanctuaries): from R 410.00
      (adult) R 205.00 (child 3/12years)
    • Triptic Ticket (all 3 sanctuaries): R 520.00 (adult)
      R 260.00 (child 3/12years)

    The venue for Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary, Birds of Eden and Monkeyland

    The Crags, Plettenberg Bay, 6602
    Turn off to Monkeyland & Birds of Eden from N2 highway
    GPS: 33°57'52.0"S 23°29'01.6"E (-33.964434, 23.483778)
    Area map and directions

    Planning a trip to or within South Africa? Book a tourflightsrent a vehicle and browse accommodation now to get the best rates.

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    Shannon De Kock
    Shannon De Kock


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