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South Africa for the first time Visitors. Join #TravelChatSA, Wednesday 27th October at 7 pm on Twitter.

Chat no: #340

Date & Time: 27th October at 7PM SAST (UCT +2)

Topic: Discover NoSouth Africa for the first time Visitors.


Q1 Share 5 useful Travel Tips for South Africa for first-timers. Share a picture via @travelopulent #TravelChatSA (19:00)

Q2 Advise a 1st-time visitor to SA on what to include (realistically) in a 2 week holiday. Share a picture via @winelands #TravelChatSA (19:15)

Q3 Places to stay and things to do! Share your top 3 suggestions for first-times to our beautiful country. Share a picture via @travelopulent #TravelChatSA (19:30)

Q4 South Africa deserves a wealth of tourists. Words matter. Get creative. What do you think South Africa’s tourism slogan should be? Don’t be shy 🙂 via @DoroLef #TravelChatSA (19:45)

BONUS Q5 Share a “local delicacy” one must try when in #SouthAfrica. Share a picture… #TravelChatSA (19:55)

How it works:

Follow our Host @travelopulent@TravelChatSA@traveltonia@winelands and @dorolef

Follow our Guest Co-Hosts of the evening: TBA

Follow Hashtag #TravelChatSA and tweet chat stream HERE.

DO remember to use the chat hashtag #TravelChatSA in each tweet (we don’t want to miss anything you say)

Answer Questions posted every 15 min; Connect with others, Tweet, Re-Tweet, Converse and Enjoy the Chat!

Make sure your Twitter feed is not private. Your posts won’t come up on the chat even if you have a hashtag.

If you’d like to sponsor #TravelChatSA, sponsor a prize, suggest a topic or become a co-host – please get in touch here or DM us @travelopulent.#TravelChatSA is a great way to get brand recognition and create a buzz around your brand among tweeter hosts and co-hosts, participants and hundreds of thousands of followers. You will achieve all that and more in a one-hour #TravelChatSA conversation chat.

No “Self-Promotion” Tweets & Spam (if you have a question regarding what constitutes spam, get in touch).

We are here to inspire! The pandemic is ongoing, and we recommend checking and following all local travel advice before you hit the road. You can ask your future host/travel provider before you go. Stay safe!

Next chat- 10th of November. Save the date! View all topics HERE.



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