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Channel 7’s Sunrise brings the best of South Africa to Aussie homes.

Tune-in to Sunrise this week to see South Africa’s most spectacular scenery, amazing wildlife and vibrant culture.

South Africam Tourism and Channel 7’s Sunrise have partnered up to send TV personality and Sunrise weather presenter Sam Mac to some of South Africa’s most remarkable landmarks where he will present the weather live.

The trip, which is supported by award-winning Africa travel specialist, Bench Africa, will take viewers on a journey across South Africa, carefully mapped out, the broadcast has been tailored to showcase the country’s diversity as a holiday destination.

Those who tune in will be able to experience a bike tour in Soweto, including a visit to Nelson Mandela’s house, a safari adventure at Makutsi Safari Springs, the Neighbourgoods Market in Johannesburg and Table Mountain to name a few.

“From the culture of Johannesburg and bustling nightlife of Cape Town to unforgettable safari adventures and spectacular Table Mountain we hope it encourages even more Aussies to consider the Rainbow Nation as their next holiday destination,” South African Tourism’s Hub Head for Australasia, Mosilo Sofonia said.

To celebrate the partnership, Aussies will be able to replicate Sam Mac and the Sunrise team’s journey through South Africa by taking advantage of a remarkable deal courtesy of Bench Africa. Travellers can enjoy 12 days in South Africa, including Cape Town for just $2,695, if they book before 30 November 2018.

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