To celebrate the month of love, Wild will treat one lucky Wild Card member to a romantic stay. Fancy a breakaway to rekindle your romance? Find out how to enter the competition.
There is nowhere better than in the wild heart of nature to strengthen your bond as a couple. Away from the distractions of flickering screens and beeping devices, you can really focus on each other. If you’re longing for a romantic stay bar none, you’re in luck. Wild is giving away a two-night stay for two to the national park of your choice.
Just imagine, you and your loved one enjoying a romantic picnic in the dappled shade under a tree. Or perhaps hiking to the top of a mountain to enjoy perfect solitude. Or looking at the stars until late into the night.
With the majestic beauty of a national park as backdrop and birdsong as the soundtrack, the stage is set for quality couple time.
How to enter
To stand a chance to win a two-night stay, simply tell us why you love Wild and where your ultimate romantic spot in our parks is. SMS: Romance and your answers, along with your Wild Card number to 33929. It costs R1.50 an SMS.
Send an email to [email protected] (subject line: Romance) with your Wild Card number and the answers.
- Competition closes 13 February 2018 at 12:00. The winner will be selected by lucky draw and informed by email.
- The prize is a two-night stay for two in self-catering accommodation at the national park of the winner’s choice. The prize is valid for 6 months, school holidays and long weekends excluded. SANParks reserves the right to accept and award a booking at its sole discretion. The prize may not be exchanged for cash and is not transferable. The prize does not include transport; catering and activities will be for the winner’s own account.
A playground for lovers
If you want to make treasured memories, a trip to the great outdoors is in order. From stunning sunsets and gorgeous views to picture-perfect settings and much-needed serenity, the national parks are a playground for lovers.
Need some inspiration? Check out the national parks where where these couples explored their wild sides.