By South African Tourism
Just because you are single, it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the month of love. With your bae or your friends, try out some of these spots for around R1,000 to make the month as exciting as ever.
The month of love does not need to be for couples only. If you are single, it is a great time to connect with your besties. And since not everyone is swimming in money like Scrooge McDuck, here are some suggestions on what to do this February for R1,000. They are tailored for your pocket, accessible and doable. It’s your country, enjoy it.
A little chocolate before a meal
If cocoa be the drink of the gods, then chocolate is their staple diet. With Celestial Gift Experiences, their chocolate tasting journey in Muldersdrift is guaranteed to get you in touch with the divine.
Learn about the art of chocolate-making as connoisseurs talk about the etiquette for tasting chocolate, how to differentiate between decadent and delightful tastes of chocolate and the origin of cocoa, some of which are right here in Africa.
You will then be given the opportunity of selecting your own “Spoil Me” box of chocolate truffles to enjoy at home.
The chocolate serves as the perfect appetizer for the pasta that follows. You will be whisked to Casalinga Restaurant for three assorted homemade pastas, garden fresh salads and a selection of home-baked breads.
If you want this chocolatey experience book at www.shotleft.co.za.
Luxury camps are the in-thing
There is no better moment at camp than unzipping your tent and taking in the sunrise with a cup of coffee in hand. If you and your friend want a little bit of the rustic, Senate Bush Camp in Mpumalanga offers the perfect getaway.
Located in Manyeleti Game Reserve, the camp features luxury tented and chalet accommodation at a Big Five reserve which borders with Kruger National Park.
Embark on a morning or evening game drive in the Kruger and if you are lucky, you may spot a predator on the hunt.
End the day off with a braai under the stars or lounging in front of the communal fireplace. You can even check out the Blyde River Canyon and Three Rondavels, both of which are just a two-hour drive away.
Book at www.shotleft.co.za if you want a taste of the bush in luxury.
Cruise down the Vaal River
It has been described that cruising down the Vaal River with excellent company is one of life’s greatest pleasures.
Spend two hours drifting on the Vaal as you savour a three-course buffet with home-style meals and sipping on a chilled glass of wine. The cruise showcases the best parts of this soothing experience in Vanderbijlpark – including the Millionaire’s Mile.
After the meal, relax on the top deck on sun loungers and in a Jacuzzi, and soak up the bird’s eye view of the magnificent Gentlemen Estates on the River.
Book at www.shotleft.co.za quickly, as it can only carry 250 people.
With these options, Valentine’s Day as a singleton can be more exciting than you anticipated, especially when shared with a good friend. South Africa belongs to you, and you have the right to enjoy it. Take a Sho’t Left now.