Mother’s Day Magic Bus Competition
Give your Mom an early Mother’s day gift!
Join the crew on board the Magic Bus on Saturday 13 May for a day to remember.
The City Sightseeing ‘Magic’ Bus will depart the V&A Waterfront at 10am.
After a scenic drive to Groot Constantia Estate for a wonderful wine tasting, it’s off to Hout Bay for a fabulous lunch at the LookOut Deck Restaurant.
There’s Magic Goodie bags from The Lash Collection and Carmien Tea and one lucky Mom will win a Tranquility ‘Spa Day’, courtesy of the Ginko Spa & Wellness Group.
Spoil your Mom by telling us why she deserves to win.
There are four ways to enter:
SMS “MOM” to 33828
Send a Text message or Voice Note via WhatsApp to 079 570 4887
Competition closes Thursday 11 May at 3pm.
Don’t let your Mom miss out on the Magic Bus
Thanks to the following Magic companies for their involvement:
A ticket on the City Sightseeing bus gives you access to all main tours and takes you directly to Cape Town’s top attractions – including the Table Mountain Cableway, V&A Waterfront and Camps Bay.
Groot Constantia stands as a pinion of excellence for the wine industry and is an ideal example of the preservation of South African culture and heritage.
It is a fully operational farm, one of South Africa’s most visited tourist attractions, where a wide range of quality estate wines are created and sold (seven days a week).
The Lookout Deck is a restaurant in Hout Bay Harbour that arguably boasts one of the best views in the Western Cape.
Situated on the water’s edge in Hout Bay Harbour, the restaurant boasts breathtaking mountain and ocean views serving the best sushi in Cape Town.
Ginkgo Spa & Wellness Group. Invites you to relax with them and recapture the forgotten sense of well-being.
Their philosophy is to create a spa experience that is truly intimate, yet never overpowering or intimidating.
It is for this reason that each location has a maximum of only four treatment rooms.
HeelStoppers is a UK manufactured product made from recycled plastic and imported to South Africa.
These clever shoe accessories stop you sinking into soft ground at weddings, the races and all grass events (incl. wooden decks).
Simply pop them onto the heel of your shoes and remove them again when you don’t need them.
Quick and easy
Carmién Tea’s story started in 1998 in an old farm shop on the historic Brakfontein Estate near the small town of Citrusdal. Located on the foothills of the Western Cape’s splendid Cedarberg Mountains, the farm falls within the Greater Cedarberg Biodiversity Corridor.