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#TravelChatSA: Exploring National Parks of South Africa – Wednesday 23rd February at 7 pm on Twitter.

Chat no: #345

Date & Time: 23rd February at 7 PM SAST (UCT +2)

Topic: Exploring National Parks of South Africa


Q1 Describe your dream 7 -10 day trip to visit some of our National Parks via @dibrown5 #TravelChatSA (19:00)

Q2 Share the Do’s & Dont’s in National Parks via @traveltonia #TravelChatSA (19:15)

Q3 Most people visit National Parks to spot the big five (lion, elephant, buffalo, rhinoceros, leopard). What else is there to do and see in South Africa’s NPs? via @dorolef #TravelChatSA (19:30)

Q4 Share your most memorable national parks moments. If you’ve not visited yet – what are your expectations of the experience? via @winelands #TravelChatSA (19:45)

BONUS Q5 Share some info about your nearest and favourite national park. Add some photos via @travelopulent #TravelChatSA (19:55)

How it works:

  • Follow our Host @travelopulent, @winelands, @traveltonia,  @TravelChatSA 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!
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  • 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 – 9th March. Save the date!



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