Travel Agents

Win your way to a South African adventure!

Have you read about, dreamt about, and researched the wonders of South Africa, but never made it to their shores? Well, all that is about to change.

Because South African Tourism is giving six lucky travel agents the chance to win a spot on a 2018 famil to MEET SOUTH AFRICA.

Holy smokes – everyone be cool!

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Ok, but seriously, you’ll explore the hip city of Johannesburg, enjoy pure luxury on a safari where you’ll catch glimpses of the Big Five, and go bananas for South Africa’s breathtaking scenery and coastlines.

This fully hosted famil – courtesy of the good folk at South African Tourism and South African Airways – comes with flights, accommodation, transfers and activities all included, plus most meals and beverages.

We can just hear you shouting, ‘How can I get onto this famil?!’

Easy peasy. Just tell South African Tourism in 25 words or less:

“Why you’d like to Meet South Africa”

Submit your entry HERE.

You’ll also need to register and complete South African Tourism’s SA Specialist online training course (or complete one of the Advanced Experience Modules) prior to 15 December 2017 for your entry to be valid.

So basically, you’re getting upskilled on selling a gorgeous, commission-filled destination AND you’re in with a shot at visiting the dream destination yourself.

*Sigh*, if only we could enter too…

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In case you’re not sold, here’s some stellar snaps of South Africa in action. If you weren’t keen before, you certainly will be now.

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Home visit by staff of the Mbekweni Clinic to the home of Nosisi Mlenze and her 9 month old daughter Senanthle in the suburb of Mbekweni, near Paarl, South Africa. The visit included setting up of air filter tests that play a crucial role in the Drakenstein Child Health Study (DCHS). The Drakenstein Child Health Study (DCHS) is a multi-year birth cohort study following 1,000 mother child pairs to investigate the epidemiology, aetiology and risk factors for childhood lower respiratory illness and the impact on child health, including the development of chronic respiratory disease.This study takes place at three sites in the Drakenstein sub-district near Cape Town, South Africa. The study aims to investigate the role and interaction of potential risk factors covering 7 areas (environmental, infectious, nutritional, genetic, psychosocial, maternal and immunological risk factors) that may impact on child health. Mothers are enrolled at 20-28 weeks gestation and children followed until they reach five years of age.

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